Tolly Moseley and Omar Gallaga share secrets to online writing

What makes a writer effective when there are so many voices online? How do you cut through the clutter and reach a large audience? Two of the very best of Austin's online writers, Tolly Moseley and Omar Gallaga, will answer those questions and more at our next meetup.


Tolly, the energetic voice behind the popular blog Austin Eavesdropper, is also a book publicist, radio producer, social media whiz, TV host and all-around great person.


Omar, the sarcastic-in-good-fun and authoritative voice behind the tech blog Digital Savant, is also an occasional tech columnist for CNN and contributor to NPR, a social media snark king and another all-around great person.


New: There will be tacos and iced tea, thanks to, our sponsor for this month's meeting.


Tolly and Omar will provide plenty of laughs and insight into what it takes to be a digital journalist. We hope you can join us!


Note: ONA Austin is seeking sponsorships. Please let us know if you or your company or organization are interested by leaving a comment on the page or by tweeting Robert Quigley.


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  • Tolly M.

    Hi y'all! Here's a recap I wrote of Omar's and my presentation. Hope it's helpful!: http://www.austineavesdropper.c...­

    June 27, 2012

  • Rosemary Guzman H.

    Both the presenters were generous with their insight and feedback. I especially liked that they had differing views on some items but agreed on most, and then summed everything up at the end.

    June 26, 2012

  • Lauren M.

    I thought it was very informative and entertaining. Both Tolly and Omar are great personalities and I enjoyed listening to their stories.

    June 26, 2012

  • Daniel R.

    The speakers kept the audience fully engaged and entertained with their stories of how they achieved what they have.

    June 26, 2012

  • Vicki R.

    I'm really looking forward to it!

    1 · June 21, 2012

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