The Future of WordPress – Wordcamp 2010

I am sitting in San Francisco at the WordCamp 2010. First session – The Future of WordPress.

Trying the live blogging thing.

9:06 – I hope Scott Berkun makes a better impression with his presentation than he does with the language he uses.  No need to use 4 letter words to get a laugh. The F-word. Grow up!

Thomas Paine – the first blogger? Interesting.

9:10 – Gutenberg – the founder of the Internet? Wanted words to be free.

“How I will change the world” – I often think when I write – “Make a difference.”

3 elements for the future of WordPress

1. WordPress is the platform for revolution.

2. What happens before you die?

9:20…not learning anything here….

WordPress buttons are more…more…now up to 57!

Complete Hands-On Blogging – April 24, 2010 – in Sunnyvale, CA

Got blog?

How’s your blog doing?

Not a few of you have already signed up for the 2nd Blog Workshop on Saturday, April 24, 2010.

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Many of you will also have an opportunity to attend a workshop being organized in your area as well, albeit a bit beyond April 24th – June in Sacto, July in Fremont and …

My take on this April 24th workshop is that it is a prequel to the first blog workshop.

The first one addressed – how to use blogging as a platform, to get traffic and the earning potential. It was the ‘meat’ or whatever else you might put in a sandwich so to speak.

This next workshop is the two slices of bread – How to get started, the mechanics of posting, inserting links, images, media and scheduling…. And how to build your network, add links to your books and make some money…

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