Around 1 am, I began to slow dramatically. What was my secret to staying awake over Joe Dolson and team’s 24 hour event?
I donned my Fedora, dimmed the lights, and with a Frank Sinatra’s “Luck Be a Lady” with lyrics to represent WordPress plugins.
“Doc, I’ve Got Altakakaritis!” I bark seconds into my call into ESPN’s Weekend Warrior Show with Dr. Robert Klapper this past Saturday morning. Fourth time, long time.
The world has been turned on its head with the coronavirus pandemic, but this appearance on the KitchensinkWP podcast we discuss feelings and meaningful relationships.
“The number of seeds you plant is different from the number of seeds that grow.” Participating in a Community Panel was a great way to give back and pay forward.
The story of how we took WordCamp Santa Clarita from postponed to online in nineteen days. On with the show, this is it We had a very big decision to make. Upon receiving word that we had the green light to go to a live stream format for our postponed WordCamp Santa Clarita event. Go […]
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So you’re thinking of submitting a topic at an upcoming WordCamp? I’m often encouraging our Meetup members or other dynamic speakers to speak and share their gifts with the WordPress Community. As we approach the opening of our Call for Speakers at WordCamp Santa Clarita, I wanted to share tips on applying for consideration that […]
I realized it when stuck in late-night traffic on one of the mega-interchanges in the farthest reaches of Southern California fresh coffee spilled on my lap. “Joe, start a WordPress Community closer to home and you’d be in bed by 10:30 pm” instead of making a decision on which off-ramp to take at the El […]
Last week, I was able to participate in a charity hackathon between ReBrand Cities, the City of Los Angeles, and Automattic (the company behind WordPress), satisfying an urge to give.