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  • I love the fact that 'Matt' (Matto) is written in katakana (Japanese phonetic characters for foreign words) on the lower left of the cover slide. I tried desperately to capture it with my iPhone during Matt's presentation but it was a pretty small target.
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  • If you would like to see the video of this presentation, here it is:

    http://wordpress.tv/2011/08/14/matt-mullenweg-state-of-the-word-2011/
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  • #Wordpress ~ State of the Word 2011. Matt Mullenweg's recent presentation at Wordcamp SF
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  • Really, really cool design. You made something that could have been boring and mundane come across as exciting and revolutionary. Great job.
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