Making a point about finding your voice
Making a point about finding your voice

Hi gang! Thanks a bunch to all who attended our first WordPress Workshop Thursday. It was pretty exciting to meet all of you and have a chance to help you get more out of your blogging – both from a technical perspective (Doug’s piece) and a strategic perspective (my piece). Sorry if we went a little over the scheduled time. There was a lot to cover in just two short hours. πŸ™‚

For those of you who couldn’t attend, don’t fret: We will be putting together a web version of the workshop very soon.

I also really want to thank Bobby Rettew and View for taping the workshop, The Commerce Club for taking such great care of us, StudioPress for co-sponsoring the event, Jim O’Donnell for taking some of these photos and all of you who helped us promote the event. You guys all rock. It takes a lot of people working behind the scenes to actually pull off events like this one, and I am as ever very aware of that. πŸ™‚

Here are some photos of the event:

Our superfly registration (with free parking vouchers)
Our superfly registration (with free parking vouchers)
Gil Gerretsen and Hank Merkle causing trouble again
Gil Gerretsen and Hank Merkle causing trouble again
@HaroAvo and @XYBrewer before I bored them to death
@HaroAvo and @XYBrewer before I bored them to death
Yes, I talka witha my handsa. It isn't just an Italian thing.
Yes, I talka witha my handsa. It isn't just an Italian thing.
Joel Van Dyke and Hank Merkle - up to no good, as always.
Joel Van Dyke and Hank Merkle - up to no good, as always.
Doug Cone (@nullvariable) talking about CSS
Doug Cone (@nullvariable) talking about CSS

Yapping
Rambling about random blogging nonsense, I am sure...
A few of the tables at Greenville's WordPress Workshop #1
A few of the tables. Check out all the hardware! We need more power sources.

Have a great Good Friday, everyone!