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III. Blogging effect on Campaign 06 and effect on Campaign 08.
Ed Garvey http://www.fightingbob.com/weblog.cfm
Charlie Sykes http://www.620wtmj.com/_content/talk/charliesykes/index.asp
John Kraus, Democratic consultant
Brian Fraley, Republican consultant, http://www.dailytakes.com/
IV. What is blogging doing to journalism?
Jessica McBride http://www.620wtmj.com/_content/talk/jessicamcbride/index.asp
Tim Cuprisin, media columnist, http://www.jsonline.com
Steve Jagler, executive editor, Small Business Times, http://www.biztimes.com
Andy Tarnoff, publisher, OnMilwaukee.com, http://www.OnMilwaukee.com
V: Legalities of Blogging.
Jennifer L. Peterson - A Godfrey & Kahn attorney in Madison, Peterson is the author of these articles on blogging: "U.S. Circuit Court Reaffirms Blog/Host Protections Under Federal Law
,'' "The Shifting Legal Landscape of Blogging
,'' and "Blogs Raise Thorny Legal Issues
VI: Are all voices being heard in the blogosphere?
Eugene Kane, columnist, http://www.jsonline.com
Jennifer Morales, Milwaukee school board member, blogger for OnMilwaukee.com, http://www.OnMilwaukee.com
Dasha Kelly, magazine writer, author and poet, blogger for OnMilwaukee.com, http://www.OnMilwaukee.com
VII: Future of blogging in Wis.
Boots and Sabers (Owen Robinson http://www.bootsandsabers.com
) and Folkbum (Jay Bullock http://folkbum.blogspot.com/
) hosts mix it up with bloggers in audience.