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Josh’s Lifelog for 2008-09-27

  • Running late for @wordcampdx. Good thing my session isn’t until 2PM! :-) #
  • Sound’s like I’m missing out on Lorelle’s Fairy Blogmother costume/schtick. Dangit. :-) #
  • Been driving around for 30 minutes looking for a place to park for WordCamp Portland. About to give up and go home. Frustrated! :-( #
  • Finally found a parking place, several blocks away. Thanks for all of the suggestions. Good to see so many of my geek/Twitter friends here! #
  • Here’s the post where I’ve put the slides/links for my session, “Tying Your Tubes with WordPress”, for reference: http://tinyurl.com/4u685k #
  • Hey friends, I need a favor. Can you go comment or “like” this post on FF, so I can demo in my session in 2 hours? http://tinyurl.com/4heasw #
  • Rats. Waited too long for lunch, and there’s no more pizza. :-( #
  • Just about time for my “Tying Your Tubes” WordCamp Portland session. Based on interest, it’s in the BIG room! :-) #
  • Thank you all for the GREAT participation (in the room and online) during my Tubes session! I had a blast, sounds like FF got new users. :-) #
  • If you were in my session, and I don’t follow you on Twitter or FriendFeed, let me know, so I can follow! :-) #
  • @marshallk’s session on Feed Your Blog With RSS is PACKED. People sitting on every square foot of floor, crowded around the door. #
  • I’m not watching any DVD that came unsolicited, among the ads in the Sunday paper, anymore than i click the links in my spam email. Bzzzt! #
  • @verso Holy crap. That’s just wrong. We saw the DVD in teh paper, and were like, “what’s this?”, then tossed it. That link, just… Wow. #
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3 thoughts on “Josh’s Lifelog for 2008-09-27

  1. Pingback: WordCamp Portland (#wordcampdx) 2008: Ironically, words escape me » Silicon Florist

  2. It was great to meet you at WordCamp Portland. I’m so thrilled to finally stay put and be in a community, and Portland sounds like it is totally the coolest open source and tech community around. I was amazed at the level of expertise and just plain “coolness” in the room. Lucky us!

    Hope to spend more time with you now that we’re neighbors! Thanks for helping to make the event a special one, and very welcoming, to this new kid on the Portland block.

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