When I was in San Francisco for WordCamp this weekend Dave Curley and I went across the street from our hotel and snapped a few photos of the Bay Bridge. Thought I’d share a couple new ones to go along with the ones I posted previously. I hope you enjoy! This first image was taken […]
Months ago when flying into San Francisco, our plane was diverted into a holding pattern a little ways outside the airport due to traffic, and as I watched from the window I noticed that we were circling some sort of massive pools of colored water. They were so vibrant in color that I was amazed, […]
A few weeks ago when I was flying into San Francisco for WordCamp I whipped out my camera and took some photos while we were on the landing approach. Some of these were very interesting, so I figured I would post them considering that WordPress’ gallery function makes it so easy now. Hope you enjoy!
I know that a lot of you may be bloggers, but might be unfamiliar with WordPress. Perhaps you’ve considered migrating your blog over from another platform, but aren’t really sure how to go about it. Well, this next presentation is just for you. Lloyd Budd gave a presentation to illustrate the finer points of switching […]
The last speaker at WordCamp San Francisco 2008 was Kathy Sierra, and her presentation was definitely worth the wait. She spoke about “Kicking Ass and Creating Passionate Users”, and I must say that her presentation was itself “kick ass”. If you don’t know Kathy, she is the co-creator of the Head First series of books […]
And now the moment you’ve all been waiting for. I’ve slowly but surely been editing, exporting and uploading the WordCamp 2008 San Francisco videos, and I managed to get Matt Mullenweg’s State of the Word presentation up last night. The video turned out pretty good (except for one little 30 second spot in the middle […]