It’s bright and early Friday morning, and I’m getting ready for the first day of WCUS (WordCamp US for anyone who doesn’t follow all things WordPress). I’m so excited to be here and able to meet all of the awesome people attending. It’s supposed to be nearly 2000 (eek!). I’m also speaking this morning, hence the very early wakeup call 🙂 I’ll be talking about web accessibility, something that I’ve been getting more and more interested in over the last year or so. Here’s the official description of today’s talk: Accessibility is so much more than just catering to screen readers.…
Taken last night on a walk with Karma, Kazi, and Evan
As you may have gathered, I do a bit of website design and photography. This past weekend was spent in Seattle at WordCamp Seattle on the University of Washington. Yes it really is that beautiful. I was quite a bit envious of their campus 🙂 This post serves two purposes, one to show off my presentation…
So I just got back from India. And by just…I mean exactly 3 weeks ago. Now where oh where are those amazing photos that I keep harping about? You know, those ones that show off how beautifully amazing my family is, show off my birthplace, and are just all around awe-inspiring and breath-taking? …yeah about…
Spent the day at CW 69 shooting an interview for the upcoming Atlanta Film Festival. Update! The video aired last week and I just got a link to it: https://vimeo.com/89715922
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