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Mastering the “three Rs” was essential for knowledge workers in the twentieth century. Today, knowledge workers need to master the “three Cs” in order to succeed in our connected economy. Learn about …

Mastering the “three Rs” was essential for knowledge workers in the twentieth century. Today, knowledge workers need to master the “three Cs” in order to succeed in our connected economy. Learn about the “three Cs”, and learn how your blog, the search engines, and social networking sites cooperate to create and enhance your professional reputation. Discover the limitations of Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter as publishing platforms, and learn the critical features of WordPress that make it the premier platform for sharing your talents with the world.

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  • 1. WordCamp Math $30 admission ...and then a miracle occurs
  • 2. seanosh Thank you, John. John Pozadzides, WordCamp Dallas Organizer
  • 3. Turbocharge Your Career with WordPress Tony Cecala, Ph.D.
  • 4. http://www.wordle.net/ TonyCecala.com @tonycecala delicious.com/zenarcher
  • 5. Small Town OK The Three Rs Reading, ‘Riting, & ‘Rithmetic
  • 6. Caitlyn Willows The Three Rs Reading, ‘Riting, & ‘Rithmetic
  • 7. dalbera Smarter, Quicker
  • 8. The Flynn Effect
  • 9. aussiegall The Network 1900s: Landlines : One to One
  • 10. Milica Sekulic The Network 1980s: Cellular Networks : Three-Way Calling
  • 11. Nesster The Network 1990s: Texting : N-Way Communication
  • 12. William Hook The Network Today: Full mobile internet access
  • 13. ftchris The Network Robert Scoble broadcasting live to FriendFeed from his Qik-enabled phone
  • 14. William Hook The ‘Net Global, Digital, Always On
  • 15. kosmar.ipernity.com The Three Cs Communication, Collaboration, Creativity
  • 16. laffy4k Communication What do you have to say? Who wants to hear it?
  • 17. What is your message? writing photography design music video kevindooley
  • 18. WordPress Enables Communication Posts Comments Trackbacks Feeds Newsletters
  • 19. Writing: Personal Blog Kari Sullivan, KariSullivan.com
  • 20. Writing: Online magazine Randy Hoyt, JourneyToTheSea.com
  • 21. Writing: Online magazine Tony Cecala, HolisticNetworker.com/wp/
  • 22. Writing: Online book Felicia Weiss, Ph.D., ParentWiz.com
  • 23. Tom Coates Collaboration What projects are you working on? What is your unique contribution?
  • 24. bbPress: forum software forum software that doesn’t suck Simple, fast, elegant
  • 25. http://ma.tt/2009/05/how-p2-changed-automattic/ Micro-Blogging with P2 Matt: P2 “...completely transformed how Automattic works internally...”
  • 26. John-Morgan Creativity What new ideas do you have? How do you solve problems?
  • 27. Video Blogging Cali Lewis, GeekBrief.tv
  • 28. VideoPress Putting your ideas in motion.
  • 29. VideoPress Putting your ideas in motion.
  • 30. What about facebook? Your social network.
  • 31. Facebook is a walled garden your data is hidden away on facebook’s servers hidden from Google— on purpose facebook is in Google’s blind spot
  • 32. Facebook is a walled garden Together, this data comprises treats it all as proprietary a mammoth amount of data, largely shielding it from activity, almost a second Google's crawlers. Except for Internet. By Facebook's the mostly cursory estimates, every month users information that users share 4 billion pieces of choose to make public, what information—news stories, happens on Facebook's status updates, birthday servers stays on Facebook's wishes, and so on. They also servers. That represents a upload 850 million photos massive and fast-growing and 8 million videos. But blind spot for Google, whose anyone wanting to access long-stated goal is to that stuff must go through "organize the world's Facebook; the social network information." WIRED MAGAZINE: Great Wall of Facebook: The Plan to Dominate the Internet — and Keep Google Out
  • 33. Facebook is a walled garden have fun with facebook publish your updates don’t count on it to promote your message to the world
  • 34. What about Linkedin? Your professional network.
  • 35. The Paper Resumé is Dead SOCIALisBETTER
  • 36. The Paper Resumé is Dead SOCIALisBETTER
  • 37. AndyFitz Andy’s Resumé andyfitzsimon.com.au
  • 38. Google is Your New Resumé
  • 39. What about Twitter? Your global communication protocol.
  • 40. What about Twitter? Your global communication protocol.
  • 41. What about Twitter? Your global communication protocol.
  • 42. Build a home on the web.
  • 43. The WordPress Advantage stable mature good-looking open extensible Randy Stewart
  • 44. Your WordPress Advantage own your data dominate the search engines easily manage multimedia easily manage external data danpeerflix
  • 45. Your WordPress Advantage own your data Linuxgeek
  • 46. Your WordPress “WordPress takes Advantage care of 80-90% of (the mechanics of) dominate the search search engine engines optimization (SEO)” Matt Cutts, Google Engineer WordCamp SF, 5/30/2009
  • 47. Your WordPress Advantage dominate the search engines
  • 48. Your WordPress advantage manage multimedia
  • 49. Your WordPress advantage manage external data
  • 50. Getting Started try WordPress.com learn the basics study the masters get help (Genius Bar) network with peers (DFWWP) hire an expert danpeerflix
  • 51. WordPress Showcase Douglas Hanna Showcasing the Showcase
  • 52. WordPress Themes
  • 53. Nikolay Bachiyski DFW WordPress Meetup Currently meet on the last Saturday of the month check http://meetup.com/dfwwordpress/
  • 54. Thank you, Charles. Charles Stricklin, DFW WordPress Meetup Founder
  • 55. Nikolay Bachiyski Thank You, Matt. Matt Mullenweg, Founding developer, WordPress
  • 56. Follow me: @tonycecala