Ben Metcalf is reporting that Sam Sethi’s Typepad personal blog has been disabled.
Typepad is the company Loic Le Meur works for and Sam recently wrote a post on Techcrunch UK critical of the Le Web conference organised by Loic.
This definitely sounds too incredible to be true – it will be interesting to see how this one is explained.
Sam says his account has been deleted on Twitter.
[UPDATE] – Ben left a comment below to say they haven’t disabled Sam’s account.
Loic has put up a wiki for the attendees of Le Web 3.
This was a very useful resource last year for finding out about good hotels in Paris (I found a cheap one with free wifi on the wiki) and for organising get togethers.
Hopefully it will be as good again this year.
Loic has announced the opening of the registration for Les Blogs 3. It is on in Paris on Dec 11th and 12th, and costs â‚¬300 (excl VAT) if you register before November 11th.
The event has been renamed Le Web 3 to better reflect the broader focus on Live Web applications and not just Blogs this year.
Le Web 3 has its own website and you can register to attend online.
Having attended last years Les Blogs 2, I can strongly recommend attending Le Web 3.