I was struck by the italics highlighting that they will liveblog the event.
Can you refresh my mind about the use of liveblogging? It may have been cool in 2005, but since twitter, Miso and the likes I see it completely irrelevant.
The Guardians of the Guardian keep promoting it on the homepage as it is a really cool technology.
Maybe I’d give it a go in closed events where there is no streaming available such as Apple events used to be.
In conclusion, dear Guardians instead of liveblogging why don’t you aggregate all the tweets (moderated so you provide a service by skimming the noise), pictures coming from flickr and videos coming from Youtube.
Why don’t you became part of the discussion and contribute with your Twitter, flickr, Youtube account. Liveblogging puts you on a pedestal which does not fit with the reality of things.