/Tag: Portfolio

In the Community

Last week we released a new edition of TeaLeafMedia.com. It contains three slide show galleries: People, Places, and Things.  The photos in the exhibit were taken in a variety of cities and were typically taken outdoors at community events.  The slide shows have musical accompaniments, so be sure your speakers are on. Thank you for visiting our gallery. […]

2019-01-06T08:21:17-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , |

On-Demand Social Media

Avalon M I S  launched a new website and new services at ConciergeMBA.com.  The website and services are in response to prospects and clients who are looking for affordable, on-demand social media and business services. The site is powered by WordPress and was developed to make it easy for prospects and clients to order and request services. VISIT CONCIERGEMBA.COM  

2012-02-04T21:18:02-07:00Categories: Web Developments|Tags: , |

Social Media for Candidates

Quick Social Media Tips for Political Candidates As the political season heats up it is time for some quick tips for your social media campaign. Here are 10 things that every candidate needs to do. 10 things that every candidate needs to do Either create a CMS website or use Campaign Partner Open an Instagram account. Open a MailChimp account. Create a list called "Your Name for Congress". Create a Facebook Page using PageModo.  Start by logging into your Facebook [...]

2019-01-06T08:25:46-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , , |

Quick Twitter Strategy

Busy professionals typically don't have the time to budget daily blogging and tweeting. One quick and easy approach is to implement a retweet strategy. A simple retweet strategy will help you create content and connect with others without much work. Watch this 40 second video to learn how to retweet. Click on the image to view the video or click here. http://vimeo.com/34852196

2012-01-10T10:22:31-07:00Categories: Learning Videos|Tags: , |

Connecting Point

I attended the Sacramento's 2011 Regional Connecting Point event at the Citrus Heights Community Center and it "rocked". The event was energetic, great workshops, panel discussions, and tons of small business resources and networking opportunities. The sponsors included the Sacramento Public Agency Consortium, also known as SacPAC, the City of Citrus Heights, and the Citrus Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce. Personally I found the event to be a good use of my time and was far superior to the Gov [...]

2011-11-25T23:44:01-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , , |

Drupal Camp LA Presentation

Drupal Camp LA was held at UC Irvine in Early August. This year Laura Scroggins made two presentations including "Huff, Puff, and Webonomics".  The second presentation was called "She Codes Like a Girl" which targeted women programmers who are active in the Drupal community and over the age of 40. This very small group of important and skilled women were asked to develop a list of skills and traits that they believed have helped with their career and to identify potential barriers that younger women [...]

2018-11-15T09:23:42-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , , |

WordCamp SF 2010

Just got back from my first WordCamp and was inspired by my experience. I've attended Joomla® Camps and Drupal® Camps, and this was my favorite for many reasons. First I want to discuss the similarities. The venue was definitely packed with people who were eager to learn. There were some great speakers and overall I learned tons of information. Now, how were they different? WordCamp had more swag, more diversity, catered lunch, and great music. I was lucky enough to [...]

2018-11-15T08:01:59-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , , |

Web 2.0 Expo

Had a great time at the Web 2.0 Expo and was particularly impressed with a young man who pitched open{subnet}. I searched the Internet and found the company Kiwi Commons who's mission is to "To provide the best Internet safety resources for parents, educators and youth workers across North America. To encourage proactive strategies for youth and online safety through education, discussion and community building." If I had kids, I would definitely check out this company's offerings. [flickr-gallery mode="photoset" photoset="'72157626259192707"]

2018-11-15T08:02:00-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , |

San Diego Drupal Camp

  San Diego Drupal Camp 2009 attracted some amazing talent including: Andrew Root, Mike Stewart, Christoph Weber, and Karl Scheirer just to name a few. The camp was held at Platt College San Diego, a graphics art school in east SD. The room were comfortable and as with most camps were full of knowledgeable teachers and eager students. The volunteers who worked on SAND Camp should be congratulated on created an event that focused on learning. The classrooms were small [...]

2018-11-15T09:22:27-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , , |

Drupal Camp LA 2008

I am excited to announce that I've been invited to speak at Drupal Camp LA 2008. This is the second annual DrupalCampLA and last year's event was fantastic. If you are a Drupal developer, designer, or end user this event is for you. If you've never been to a DrupalCamp here are a couple of pointers: Register early and remember to bring a friend. Be prepared to meet people and don't be shy. Volunteer if possible. Wear comfortable clothes, bring [...]

2008-07-29T13:46:05-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , , |

Linux Expo

My first Linux Expo was informative and easy to navigate, much like a good database. I arrived in Los Angeles early Saturday to a full parking lot. That is usually a good indicator that an expo is going to be successful. As I entered the expo registration area I was directed by a perky greeter who pointed me to the self check-in area. Within three minutes I moved through check-in, got my printed badge, bag, shirt, and schedule and was [...]

2018-11-15T09:14:45-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , , |

Berkeley Drupal

  Just attended my first meeting of the Berkeley Drupal Users Group at the UC Berkeley campus. Thanks to Tao Starbow for making me feel welcome. I became interested in this particular user group after presenting at BADCamp 07. BADCamp attracted such an interesting and diverse crowd that I had to see if it was reflective of the Berkeley Drupal Users Group and I am happy to report it was! The most important information that I learned from this meeting was that each installed module will impact [...]

2018-11-15T09:09:36-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , , |

Drupal Camp LA 2007

  Wow ... thank you to AOL for such a great venue and Crystal ... you rock! Some of the interesting things I learned at Camp Today: 1) Still more men in technology but wow, these were an amazing group of guys. 2) Drupal seems to attract smart, fun loving, collaborative folks who are eager to share and help out. 3) There are more opportunities than there are developers. 4) Developing modules may be easier than I thought. I am [...]

2018-11-15T09:08:38-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , , |

Joomla! Day West 2007

Recently held in San Francisco Joomla! Day West 2007 was a great way for about 100 people to acquire new information on Joomla 1.5 and a great way to hook-up with Joomla resources. Here are some of my thoughts after the unconference: Allen Gunn flawlessly moderated the unconference. iJoomla is a private company that creates Joomla modules. iJoomla products look terrific. Merav Knafo, the founder has tremendous commitment to her products and customers. Ron Severdia shared PlayShakespeare.com. Wow, he is [...]

2018-11-15T09:10:55-07:00Categories: News|Tags: , , |
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