Let the countdown begin! There’s less than 24 hours left until the third annual WordSesh, a much anticipated online event that live-streams WordPress presentations for 24 consecutive hours. And, best of all, you can watch it free from anywhere in the world. This article broadly discusses the accessibility issue with WordCamps, Meetups, etc., and talks about the future of online conferences and WordSesh, in particular. Greater accessibility There are various reasons why one may be unable to attend a WordCamp, Meetup, or other WordPress event. WordSesh eliminates many of these barriers, because it is both free and easily accessible, with one basic requirement: an internet connection. You don’t even […]
It’s that time again! Let’s just jump right in – you’ve got a weekend to take advantage of and so do I – like do nothing, that’s what! Just kidding. “Weekend,” what is that?!
Tomorrow is Mother’s Day which means that every married man with kids (well, not all of them…) is fretting about doing something legit tomorrow. I’ll probably be at my local Target early tomorrow trying to find some crappy Mother’s Day card that means little more than the ridiculous $4.99 that I will pay for it. Hm… I can do better (and so can you)! Ok, but before that, enjoy our weekly roundup. 🙂
We covered the announcement of WordSesh late last month and things are moving along steadily and picking up steam. In a notice that I got it seems that they are now looking for speakers for the first event on April 13, 2013! Here’s the official notice from Scott Basgaard, one of the Co-organizers of WordSesh:
It’s hard to imagine that anyone who loves WordPress like we do would ever decline an offer for even more WordPress, right? Well, the there are two guys who are looking to take it to the extreme by offering a constant stream of WordPress into your brain with WordSesh. Scott Basgaard and Brad Williams are behind the project that is scheduled to launch in April. If you’re interested in speaking or helping out you can drop them a line at mail [at] wordsesh [dot] org.