These are my notes from last night’s WordPress User’s Group Meetup in Edmond, Oklahoma. The OKC WordPress Users Group meets each month (generally) on the last Monday of the month at 7 pm. Many thanks to Erick Gfeller and Morgan Estes for the informative presentations! *
* Since our church session also meets the last Monday of the month at 7 pm, I’ve been unable to regularly attend WordPress meet ups the past year. Fortunately this month, with 5 Fridays, our session meeting was moved up to last week so I could attend last night’s WordPress meeting. I only got to stay about 45 minutes, however, due to Scout meeting chauffeur duties, but picked up some great tips from Erick and Morgan.
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- Fatherhood & Faith: Rearing Good Kids in a Secular Society - 2011
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- NETA09 Podcasts and A fun Star Wars Remix Video - 2009
- Kids making the case for classroom blogging - 2008
- Speak out and share your vision for education reform - 2008
- links for 2008-04-30 - 2008
- Podcast 149: Reflections on Global Collaboration from Lake Michigan - 2007