The summit's agenda was very interesting where we discussed a few major issues, which included Drawing the line between Journalism & Blogging, Evading censorship & internet freedom. Which i believe r the most important issues & their sessions were so beneficial. During the summit bloggers & journalists had the chance to express different opinions & discuss them face to face for the first time & with people from different areas of the world & with diverse concepts & different backgrounds & educations. I personally believe the summit was a great success, specially that in my belief our objectives as bloggers & journalists were fulfilled. As we bloggers were able to prove to journalists that bloggers r credible sources of information & news, & writing with no restrictions & laws doesn't make us not credible enough or unethical. While actually in reality, a large portion of journalists in well known institutes, newspapers or magazines know nothing about ethics of press & use their jobs to blackmail people, & as one of the bloggers said; "a journalist should check the news he gets from anyone not just bloggers,"
The summit was a great experience, & i was very happy to have all these bloggers at the same place at the same time to discuss major issues & share experiences & different points of view & feel for the first time that bloggers have a very strong role in building up public opinion, & let's hope from god that we could some day make major changes & force governments to hear us & care more about their people; spread peace & always be able to show people the truth.
May god give us the patience, strength, wiseness & ability to make this world a better place.