Focus on Color

Photo-A-Day #1924

Here are Eva’s crayons from the Ellis Paul Kid’s concert. They are sitting on top of her Melissa and Doug set of stamps. Eva loves her stamps. She usually gets them at Dance class and always asks for a few more. One day she came home with them on both hands, shoulders and arms. She also likes to give stamps to us. Whether we like that or not.

I think I have all of my travel plans firmed up for the Conference Season. I keep meaning to create a Speaker section for this blog too. I will hopefully before I speak next, which will be at the next WordPressProvidence. I’ll be doing a Lightning Talk on good WordPress Plugins for photography. The next event that I will be at is Audience followed by Affiliate Summit East 2010 where I’ll be speaking on a panel about building community. In September I’ll be at the Modern Media Man Summit speaking on a panel about photography. September also brings the Affiliate Summit Unconference down in Orlando. I’ll be attending that too. And lastly we’ve got BlogWorld & New Media Expo in Las Vegas.

Photo Information

Date Taken: July 15, 2010
Camera: Nikon Corporation (Aff Link)
Model: NIKON D80 (My Flickr)
ISO: 1600
Exposure: 1/6sec
Aperture: 6.3
Focal Length: 175mm
Flash Used: No
Mode: Aperture w/MF
Lens: Sigma 18-250mm

There I am doing my very own session called Content You Can Care About which is all about adding Photos and Video to your blog. I’m very excited about all of these sessions and need to get to work on all of them but especially the Blog World one because I’m doing that one all on my own.

Today I learned a few things that will become instructional blog posts in the future. Allison and I use a shared calendar on Google to keep up on what we are doing. The problem was that my iPad and iPod Touch and Droid and my Gmail account all use the same calendar. Allison can access it on Gmail but couldn’t access it on her Gmail but couldn’t get it on her iPod Touch or iPad. but I got it to work. Now we can both update the same calendar from all of our devices. I’ll be writing a post on how to do it in case anyone else out there is looking to sync a shared calendar across multiple devices and people.

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