There are 99 days until the Science Blogging Conference. The wiki is looking good, the Program is shaping up nicely, and there is more and more blog and media coverage already. There are already 85 registered participants and if you do not register soon, it may be too late once you decide to do so (we'll cap at about 230). Between now and the conference, I am highlighting some of the people who will be there, for you to meet in person if you register in time.
Xan Gregg is local. He works for SAS (in the JMP division - a statistics software I have used a little bit back in the day) and he also blogs on Forth Go, mainly about programing and the representation of data.
Jean-Claude Bradley is a professor of chemistry at Drexel University. The biggest proponents of Open Notebook Science, he and the members of his lab make all of their daily lab work immediatelly public on their wiki. Check his blog and the Drexel Island in Second Life.
At the Conference, Xan and Jean-Claude will lead a session on Public Scientific Data, i.e., posting, displaying, using and re-using scientific data online. Register today and participate in their session.