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Posted by on Jul 5, 2012 in Economy, Health, Law, Miscellaneous, Politics | 2 comments

Live-tweeting of Obama Event in Parma, Ohio Tonight

First the vitals: Follow @Jillmz or the Twitter.com hashtag #ObamaBusTour starting around 7pm or earlier (the event is scheduled to start at 7:15pm but I will be there earlier with a press credential – I’m tweeting and blogging as a Contributing Editor for BlogHer.com).

The less vital but might answer the “who’s she” questions: I haven’t posted here in a long time because I haven’t been posting most anywhere all that much in the last year or so. I’ve got three (city council, the EfficientGovNetwork and development director for the Civic Commons) or four (the BlogHer gig) great, wonderful, meaningful, paying jobs, plus another great wonderful, meaningful non-monetary paying job (being a mom to three teens) plus three great places to blog anytime I want – Writes Like She Talks, In The Arena, and this great URL (thank you as ALWAYS and for many years now, Joe et al). But extremely little time to write like I used to for those last three.

However, I am guessing that TMV folks would probably enjoy some live tweeting from the crazy place that is my home-state and region, NE Ohio. So off I’m going – because as those who do remember me, I love love love live-blogging and live-tweeting. Plus, my 18 year old son wanted to go and will be attending too. His first rally of this magnitude. Can’t wait for the car ride home!

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  • zephyr

    “But extremely little time to write like I used to for those last three.”

    Just don’t give up on us! I know what it’s like to run short on time. Heck, I don’t think I’ll even have time to clean out my garage/s until I retire (at least that’s what I’m telling myself 😉

  • Thank you for that!! Next month I’m moderating a panel about women using online tools when campaigning (that’s for BlogHer.com’s annual conference) and in September I’m on a panel called, Not Your Mother’s Politics about media ethics when it comes to covering men and women, topics related to men and women and so on – gender stuff. That’s for the Kent State Poynter Institute’s Ethics in Media workshop.

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