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WordCamp SF 2013

At WCSF 2013 and Matt is giving an overview of the State of the Word. A ton of updates to the platform, including Admin and Continue reading »

Category: News

Whats Next DC – Talk Recap

Today I had the privilege of delivering a talk at the 2012 What’s Next DC conference. Held at George Washington University, the 1 day conference Continue reading »

Category: News, Talks

Tools that rock: GrabBox

I am devoting some time to write a series on the tools and apps that I use daily. These highlight the aspects that make certain Continue reading »

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Live from the AT&T Learning Studio at ACU

As this year comes to a close, my family and I are staying for a few weeks in Abilene, Texas. Located in west Texas, Abilene Continue reading »

Category: News

2011 year end updates

It’s been quite the whirlwind these last few months. For starters, my wife, daughter, and I packed up and moved from Boston to Sunnyvale, CA late Continue reading »

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Goodbye Harvard, hello Evernote.

After some exciting developments over the course of this summer, I have some big news. After 5+ years at Harvard, I will be resigning my Continue reading »

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Vote for my SXSW talk

The SXSW Panel Picker for 2012 has opened! With thousands of possible talks, the goal is to have the community pick speakers for next year’s Continue reading »

Category: News, Talks

Review: Plugins are Blueprints

I was able to sit in on the talk by Marc Lavallee and Wes Lindamood, developers at NPR’s Project Argo. Their talk was titled “Plugins Continue reading »

Category: News, Talks

WordCamp Boston Volunteers

Want to give a huge shout out to the 25+ people who have graciously offered up their weekend to help put on the best WordCamp Continue reading »

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