Archive for December, 2009

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December 19, 2009

Announcing the YouJustGetMe Close-Knit Contest!

Here’s how the holiday fun goes down: Step 1: You refer 3 new people – family, close friends, anyone who you think know each other well – to YouJustGetMe.com. A few helpful hints: post your YouJustGetMe URL to your Facebook or Twitter to get your friends on board.  Step 2: All 4 of you guess for each other’s profiles. The easiest way to do this is to copy your profile URL from your YouJustGetMe homepage, and email each other with the links. Step 3: Send an email to contests@youjustgetme.com with your username and the usernames of the 3 people you referred. We’ll take it from there!   The YouJustGetMe team will scour the results to find the group that has the highest average match percentage – or, phrased another way, we’ll use the data to find out which group “gets” each other the most. Each member of the “winning” group will receive a $50 gift certificate to Amazon.com and a super-suave personalized YouJustGetMe mug, featuring your bubble graph and profile URL! Worried that your family and friends just won’t get you? Give it the ol’ college try anyway – we’ll also pick three random entries to receive a personalized YouJustGetMe mug too!

Some things to keep in mind: the people you refer must be new to YouJustGetMe, so get out there and invite some new folks! We base our decision off of the average of all 4 of your guesses with each other, so make sure that all of you guess each other before you mail us. Is your husband, mother, or nosy Aunt Dorothy already on YouJustGetMe? Don’t worry, you can include them in your group even if you’ve already guessed each other – it is the holiday, after all, and we can be generous. However, each group must include a minimum of 2 new users.

My link is at http://www.youjustgetme.com/carlwebb

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The Secret Cabal of Bloggers

December 18, 2009

Suffering from blogger’s block?
Not posting frequently enough?
Tormented by the constant updates of prolific posters?

Julie Gomoll and Jan Triplett have decided to host their first get together this coming December 22nd, Tuesday, 2-4pm at our offices Chase Bank Blg 7600 Burnet Rd (across from St. Louis Catholic Church/ cross street is Northcross Blvd).
The goal: to inspire each other and other fellow bloggers. The clublet is called The Secret Cabal of Bloggers. Click here to register and for more info: http://secretcabal.eventbrite.com
Bring your laptop and we’ll provide munchies. Walk away with your next post and new friends.
No charge. Not a class. Only requirement is your willingness to share ideas, support and encourage others.

Austin Connects

December 17, 2009

Austin Connects


Community Technology Symposium

Community Technology Event Invitation

From The City of Austin, SkillPoint Alliance and Austin Free-Net

Web site:  www.austinconnects.net

Join us on Tuesday, January 12, from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm.   We’re bringing together local government, nonprofits, community-based and faith-based organizations, educational institutions, software and web resource providers, open source advocates and community members with an interest in leveraging our assets to allow all of our community to participate in and benefit from the ever-changing digital age.

Where:  Microsoft Building, 9606 North Mopac, Suite 200, Austin, Texas 78759

Cost:    $25 includes lunch and materials, $20 early bird special, $18
students

Click here for agenda:  http://austinconnects.net/docs/WebAgenda1.pdf

Click here for registration and early bird discounts: http://austinconnects.eventbrite.com/?ref=ebtn

Sponsorships and advertising : http://www.austinconnects.net/?page_id=13

Austin, TX workshop on using WordPress.org

December 17, 2009

Deltina Hay of Dalton Publishing is in the process of putting together an all day workshop on building a WordPress powered Website, and will offer a nonprofit discount.  She will let us know when she has the specifics later.

Deltina Hay
Protagonist, Dalton Publishing
www.daltonpublishing.com
www.socialmediapower.com
www.bookproposalpower.com