WordCamp Denver

I'm Attending WordCamp Denver 2009

I just submitted my registration and I’ll be attending WordCamp Denver, “a conference created for enthusiasts, users, developers, designers, and fans of WordPress1.”

Critical Details:
From denver.wordcamp.org:

When: Saturday, February 28, 2009
Where: Denver Art Museum, 100 W 14th Avenue Pkwy, Denver, CO 80204
How: (much) $20, click to register for WordCamp Denver 2009
Who: Local bloggers, web developers, publishers, designers, internet and marketing enthusiasts, companies interested in blogging and/or building on WordPress.

If you would like to attend, visit: http://denver.wordcamp.org/

Yes, I’m super nerdy. Deal with it.


  1. WordPress is what I use to power this blog 

6 Replies to “WordCamp Denver”

  1. “Critical” Details?

    Critical might work if the event was the next day or so…

    Pertinent?-no, Essential?-hmmm, Vital?-maybe, Important?- ok.

    …and there is probably a better word yet!

    It’s not “just” a website, or blog, etc anymore… these are now employer-to-be, etc researched items and speaks volumes of what the world may come to think of you and do not think they don’t count! (yes, I know, a double-negative)

    I’m no word guru… πŸ™‚

    http://www.dictionary.com

    1. “It?s not “just” a website, or blog, etc anymore… these are now employer-to-be, etc researched items and speaks volumes of what the world may come to think of you and do not think they don?t count! (yes, I know, a double-negative)”

      So confused…can you please elaborate?

      1. If I must.. πŸ˜‰

        My intention was to point out that anything posted on the internet these days can and will be used to scrutinize an individual (for better or worse). In today’s environment with “spell check”, you’d think you would never see an incorrectly spelled word, but you do. What might that mean about about about that individual? I realize that blogs, personal websites, facebook/myspace, are not “formal” resumes… but, actually they’re becoming them, whether we like it or not.

        1. Gotcha. I still think “critical” is an appropriate word to use. One of the definitions that Oxford English Dictionary gives is “Of decisive importance in relation to the issue.” I think the who/what/when/where type of details fall into that category.

          As for any illusions I might have about what my website is or who is viewing it: I can assure that I am well aware of who may be viewing it. That’s why, from time to time, you’ll come across posts that are password protected. Additionally, there are another handful of posts that are private and no one but me can see.

          One of my goals is to make this website a reflection of who I am (http://andrewferguson.net/colophon/about-afdn/).

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