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Nerdy Stuff

Dries Keynote at SchipulCon on Drupal & Open Source

qcait and dries at SchipulCon
I am thrilled to see Dries Buytaert - the Belgian Geek best know for creating the Drupal Content Management System Schipul builds several of our client websites on - speak at SchipulCon today. Read More! [...]
Nerdy Stuff, Social Media

1560 The Game’s Sean Pendergast at SchipulCon on creating loyal fans

I saw a lot of great speakers at SchipulCon this year, which wrapped on Friday. One case study I can't get out of my head is Sean Pendergast from Houston's sports talk radio station 1560 The Game. Maybe it's because my boyfriend practically lived in the student radio station in college, or because my dad works on hardware that transmits radio commercials - but radio seems to be a big part of my life. So Sean definitely had my attention. Add to that the fact that the success they found by using the internet to build a community is what social media is all about - and the kind of thing I can totally geek out for. I think I took 4 pages of notes in the 45 minutes presentation! Read More! [...]
Online tools, Social Media

SchipulCon Day 1 Recap

It was a great day of learning at SchipulCon! Our keynote Deirdre Breckenridge and all the other speakers were awesome - and spoke on topics ranging from social media to public relations to Tendenci and Drupal and WordPress to blogging and non profit marketing. Lots of good stuff! Read More! [...]

“10 Random Facts” … or “My Life as a Sponge”

I am two weeks in to my fantastic new job, and am currently spending the bulk of my clocked-in time training. I have been filling my days with online videos, in-person training classes, and books (both in print and audio). I am currently attempting to soak up as much knowledge as possible... and retain the lessons learned. Among the sizable pieces of knowledge I have digested (learning new software programs, methods of task management, etc.), I have also come across several tidbits of trivia and quotes that I thought I would aggregate and share, as they're burning space in my notebook. Enjoy! Read More! [...]