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The Left Thumb Blogger is off to WordCamp

Filed under: Blog Accessibility, Blogging — by Glenda at 1:24 pm on Monday, August 10, 2009

Saturday, August 22nd, I am off to camp; WordCamp, that is.

“What is WordCamp?” you ask.

Great question! According to The WordCamp Report, a WordCamp “is a 1 or 2 day conference for WordPress users and developers. The focus is on how to be a better blogger, on the development and future of WordPress, and other topics of interest.”

View of SFU Surrey from myy home office window WordCamps take place in places around the world. This particular camp, WordCamp Fraser Valley, is being held at Simon Fraser University’s Surrey campus (SFU Surrey) – mere blocks from home. I can even see it from my home office window. No transportation hassles this time – woohoo!

I’m not only attending WordCamp, I’ll also be joining the line-up of local speakers by presenting “How POUR is Your Blog? Tips for Increasing Your Blog’s Accessibility”. This presentation rocked SOBCon: Biz School for Bloggers in Chicago back in May!

If you’re anywhere near the vicinity of SFU Surrey on August 22nd and if you blog or are considering blogging, come join us for WordCamp Fraser Valley. Tickets are still available.

Hope to see you at camp!

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3 Comments »

Comment by Suzie Cheel

August 10, 2009 @ 4:47 pm

Awesome Glenda- so proud to see you on all these panels
You are attracting success

Love
Suzie

Comment by S Emerson

August 11, 2009 @ 4:28 pm

Way to go Glenda!

Who knew that getting you to speak at our networking club would turn into a speaking career?

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