Worcester Blogger Coffee

As reported on P&C, this Saturday, Sept 11, at 9am there will be a Worcester “blogger coffee” at the Friendly’s in Tatnuck Square (642 Chandler Street). 

If the words “blogger coffee” aren’t incentive enough, here might be a couple more reasons to attend:

  • You can meet Mike Benedetti, who is one of the most thoughtful listeners I’ve ever met in my life. 
  • You can meet me.  Trust me, not nearly as much of an incentive as meeting the wonderful Mike B., though — as I think every city official who’s ever met me can attest — you will come away thinking that I’m much more rational than I appear on this blog.  (Or maybe that’s “even less rational.”  One or the other.)

You do not need to be a blogger to attend — all are welcome!

As Mike said…”This is a chance to meet some of the other folks making our local internet an interesting place.”

7 thoughts on “Worcester Blogger Coffee

  1. Jeff Barnard says:

    I will do my best to be there.

  2. Cara says:

    I’m going to try

  3. Sprout says:

    I will be at the shop – but you all should come on down and visit and check out our yard sale after!

  4. Tracy says:

    I wish I could. School Committee’s having a retreat.

  5. Can’t make this Saturday. Would like to attend future blogger events.

    Dave

    • Nicole says:

      We’ll keep everyone in the loop when we have another event, though the WoMag on Taps (next one coming up Thursday the 9th) can also be good for meeting fellow bloggers.

      (Also, that sqwee-ing you heard was the sound of me seeing Dave Goldberg’s name in the comments.)

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