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WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
WordPress is for EVERYONE
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Opening remarks for WordCamp Atlanta 2012 - WordPress is for EVERYONE: Lisa Sabin-Wilson

Opening remarks for WordCamp Atlanta 2012 - WordPress is for EVERYONE: Lisa Sabin-Wilson

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    • 1. WordPress is for EVERYONE@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 2. WordPress Is ... EASY!@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 3. WordPress DashboardEverything you need in a box to the left@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 4. Dashboard: Contextual HelpHelp me, WordPress!!@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 5. WordPress Is ... FLEXIBLE!@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 6. So many ways to use WordPress✤ Blog - most popular way✤ Static front page with internal blog✤ Photo galleries✤ eCommerce - sell stuff!✤ Social Web, Community & forums@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 7. WordPress Is ... EXTENSIBLE!@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 8. Save the Environmenthttp://earth911.com@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 9. Sell Your Custom-Made Jewelryhttp://halliefriedman.com@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 10. Blog about Standing in Line ... (?)http://standinaqueue.wordpress.com/@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 11. Literally - standing in linehttp://standinaqueue.wordpress.com/@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 12. Post Funny Cat Photoshttp://icanhascheezburger.com@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 13. Start a site about WordPresshttp://wpcandy.com@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 14. What did you have for lunch today?http://matt.wordpress.com@LisaSabinWilson | WordCamp Atlanta - Feb. 2012
    • 15. ...
    • 16. This content has been BLOCKED by theU.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY.
    • 17. SOPA Stop Online Piracy Act
    • 18. PIPA Protect IP Act
    • 19. Free SpeechSOPA/PIPA takes down hosts of legitimatefree speech and could block some of our favorite sites to Americans only.
    • 20. ProsperitySOPA/PIPA creates uncertainty and newliabilities for web startups, stifling job creation in our most vibrant sector
    • 21. SecuritySOPA/PIPA compromises decades ofprogress in personal online security. Makes the web less stable.
    • 22. Due Process SOPA/PIPA can take down web sites deemed “ROUGE” (in violation of sharing copyrighted material) ... WITHOUT DUE PROCESS.
    • 23. January 18, 2012 The largest online protestin the history of the internet.
    • 24. Google.com
    • 25. Reddit.com
    • 26. Wikipedia.com
    • 27. WordPress.Org
    • 28. WordPress.Com
    • 29. Mark said it best.
    • 30. 10,000,000 Petition Signatures
    • 31. 8,000,000 Attempted Calls to Congress
    • 32. 4,000,000 E-mails Sent
    • 33. 115,000+ Web Sites participated
    • 34. 45,000+ onWordPress.com
    • 35. Almost 1,000,000,000people were blocked from viewing their favorite sites.
    • 36. The Fight isNOT OVER.
    • 37. Protect the Web.
    • 38. AmericanCensorship.org Email Congress. Call Your Representatives. Sign Petitions. GET INVOLVED.
    • 39. Thank you to WordPress and the Community For participating and beingLEADERS in the charge to protect our open web. STOP SOPA AND PIPA

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