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WordPress DK Meetup July 12 – Yay!

It’s time to stay indoors on a glorious day and geek out over WordPress. Yay! WordPress DK has the announcement and program, but you have to go to Upcoming to register. Don’t be shy if you are a non-Danish-speaking WordPress fan in the neighborhood that day. The announcement might be in Danish, but everyone can speak English. Blog, tweet, spread the word. These get-togethers are an excellent support for WordPress users. For those reading this from a location too far away to make attendance possible, have you considered starting your own meetup for your area? Saying it’s worth it is a bit of an understatement. Try it!

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WordPress 2.5 fun in April

Once again, a lovely time was had by all at the meetup on April 6. The only essential item that did not live up to expectations was the sunshine. But what did we care about grey skies – we were indoors! Jacob B√łtter, our host who graciously let us meet up at Wemind A/S, bid us welcome and talked a bit about corporate blogging. I thought he presented a lot of very interesting ideas. Jacob talked about contacting members who were set up to collaborate on a blog and encouraging them to comment on posts, for example. This is supposed to be contrary to blogging because the desire to blog and comment should be driven by a real interest and not because someone tells you to blog or comment. Jacob seems to be touching on the subject of change management more than blogging. I think anytime a new method…

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I can has podcast?

A bit of shyness makes me use lolcat speak in my title. I couldn’t just blurt out – I am in a podcast! For English readers of this blog, you need to practice your Danish first. The podcast is made by a Dane in the USA in Danish about the Danish blogosphere. The Dane, Rasmus, wanted to interview someone from, and because the board knew how much I loved to talk, they invited me to do the interview on behalf of our network. The interview was fun, with our connection on Skype falling out about every 5 minutes. Rasmus was very cool and didn’t miss a beat. Despite the technical challenges, it really is impressive how we could sit on opposite sides of the globe and carry on a discussion. Amazing stuff, technology. I learned how talking is so different from writing. Doh! you say? Well, once the words…