I think conference blogging is one of the greatest user-driven innovations in the blogosphere: they create records of events that are almost always ephemeral, usually have a limited audience, but can be extremely stimulating. Then I saw this piece on a recent Churchill Club meeting on blogging, which “condenses the essential content of any past and future social-software panels”:

“Welcome blah blah blah relationship capital blah blah blah social contracts blah blah blah media businesses blah blah blah identify the rabid fans of the iPod blah blah blah utility media blah blah blah this is the future of the Web blah blah blah RSS blah blah blah spam blah blah blah killer app blah blah blah business model blah blah blah advertising model blah blah blah Is this a product or a feature? blah blah blah… monetizing relationships blah blah blah a new dimension to the Web blah blah blah I met my wife on Match.com blah blah blah…. The entire Web is a social network blah blah blah Join me in thanking tonight’s moderators blah blah blah Goodnight.”

Read the whole thing. Brilliant!