• Let's talk about WordPress!

    Panera Bread

    You'll want to find each other at the Panera -- it's open until 9, so a 7 pm start time gives you two good hours to talk, and the internet is better there too! The WordPress Community team is looking for some folks to take the lead in hands-on organizing your Meetups, but if you're reading this and thinking, "I've got to be a better organizer than this lame broad. At least I live on the proper side of the Continental Divide!" Then I invite you to come take over. It could be the start of a beautiful new Meetup experience, or a whole new career! Either way, since I'm in St. Louis, you probably should start meeting at the Panera (or as I call it, the St. Louis Bread Company 😜) and talking among yourselves. If you have specific questions about themes, the block editor or typography, please feel free to drop me a text. That's far and away the best way to get my attention for anything! Mary

  • Let's talk about WordPress!

    Panera Bread

    You'll want to find each other at the Panera -- it's open until 9, so a 7 pm start time gives you two good hours to talk, and the internet is better there too! The WordPress Community team is looking for some folks to take the lead in hands-on organizing your Meetups, but if you're reading this and thinking, "I've got to be a better organizer than this lame broad. At least I live on the proper side of the Continental Divide!" Then I invite you to come take over. It could be the start of a beautiful new Meetup experience, or a whole new career! Either way, since I'm in St. Louis, you probably should start meeting at the Panera (or as I call it, the St. Louis Bread Company 😜) and talking among yourselves. If you have specific questions about themes, the block editor or typography, please feel free to drop me a text. That's far and away the best way to get my attention for anything! Mary

  • Let's talk about WordPress!

    Panera Bread

    You'll want to find each other at the Panera -- it's open until 9, so a 7 pm start time gives you two good hours to talk, and the internet is better there too! The WordPress Community team is looking for some folks to take the lead in hands-on organizing your Meetups, but if you're reading this and thinking, "I've got to be a better organizer than this lame broad. At least I live on the proper side of the Continental Divide!" Then I invite you to come take over. It could be the start of a beautiful new Meetup experience, or a whole new career! Either way, since I'm in St. Louis, you probably should start meeting at the Panera (or as I call it, the St. Louis Bread Company 😜) and talking among yourselves. If you have specific questions about themes, the block editor or typography, please feel free to drop me a text. That's far and away the best way to get my attention for anything! Mary

  • Let's talk about WordPress!

    Panera Bread

    You'll want to find each other at the Panera -- it's open until 9, so a 7 pm start time gives you two good hours to talk, and the internet is better there too! The WordPress Community team is looking for some folks to take the lead in hands-on organizing your Meetups, but if you're reading this and thinking, "I've got to be a better organizer than this lame broad. At least I live on the proper side of the Continental Divide!" Then I invite you to come take over. It could be the start of a beautiful new Meetup experience, or a whole new career! Either way, since I'm in St. Louis, you probably should start meeting at the Panera (or as I call it, the St. Louis Bread Company 😜) and talking among yourselves. If you have specific questions about themes, the block editor or typography, please feel free to drop me a text. That's far and away the best way to get my attention for anything! Mary

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  • Let's talk about WordPress!

    Antelope Valley Country Club

    For this first Meetup, bring a question about something you're working on, or that you'd like to be working on. That should give us a sense of where all our skills and interests are, so we can plan relevant discussions. Some background on the three of us: Karen is a professional facilitator whose primary business is teaching WordPress 101. That's a workshop where she takes folks who've never even opened WordPress and gets them up and running on their own site in about a day. Paul is a programmer by training and mentality who now builds sites for clients that are screaming fast and great on SEO. Mary is a degreed designer (plus copywriter/creative director) who worked in print for 15 years before the web was even born. Now she builds sites on the Genesis Framework for clients in the tennis industry. She speaks at 3-5 WordCamps a year, mostly in the Midwest, on responsive and mobile-first design; building for conversion and the differences between copy and content.

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  • Let's talk about WordPress!

    Antelope Valley Country Club

    For this first Meetup, bring a question about something you're working on, or that you'd like to be working on. That should give us a sense of where all our skills and interests are, so we can plan relevant discussions. Some background on the three of us: Karen is a professional facilitator whose primary business is teaching WordPress 101. That's a workshop where she takes folks who've never even opened WordPress and gets them up and running on their own site in about a day. Paul is a programmer by training and mentality who now builds sites for clients that are screaming fast and great on SEO. Mary is a degreed designer (plus copywriter/creative director) who worked in print for 15 years before the web was even born. Now she builds sites on the Genesis Framework for clients in the tennis industry. She speaks at 3-5 WordCamps a year, mostly in the Midwest, on responsive and mobile-first design; building for conversion and the differences between copy and content.

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  • Let's talk about WordPress!

    Antelope Valley Country Club

    For this first Meetup, bring a question about something you're working on, or that you'd like to be working on. That should give us a sense of where all our skills and interests are, so we can plan relevant discussions. Some background on the three of us: Karen is a professional facilitator whose primary business is teaching WordPress 101. That's a workshop where she takes folks who've never even opened WordPress and gets them up and running on their own site in about a day. Paul is a programmer by training and mentality who now builds sites for clients that are screaming fast and great on SEO. Mary is a degreed designer (plus copywriter/creative director) who worked in print for 15 years before the web was even born. Now she builds sites on the Genesis Framework for clients in the tennis industry. She speaks at 3-5 WordCamps a year, mostly in the Midwest, on responsive and mobile-first design; building for conversion and the differences between copy and content.

  • Let's talk about WordPress!

    Antelope Valley Country Club

    For this first Meetup, bring a question about something you're working on, or that you'd like to be working on. That should give us a sense of where all our skills and interests are, so we can plan relevant discussions. Some background on the three of us: Karen is a professional facilitator whose primary business is teaching WordPress 101. That's a workshop where she takes folks who've never even opened WordPress and gets them up and running on their own site in about a day. Paul is a programmer by training and mentality who now builds sites for clients that are screaming fast and great on SEO. Mary is a degreed designer (plus copywriter/creative director) who worked in print for 15 years before the web was even born. Now she builds sites on the Genesis Framework for clients in the tennis industry. She speaks at 3-5 WordCamps a year, mostly in the Midwest, on responsive and mobile-first design; building for conversion and the differences between copy and content.

  • Let's talk about WordPress!

    Antelope Valley Country Club

    For this first Meetup, bring a question about something you're working on, or that you'd like to be working on. That should give us a sense of where all our skills and interests are, so we can plan relevant discussions. Some background on the three of us: Karen is a professional facilitator whose primary business is teaching WordPress 101. That's a workshop where she takes folks who've never even opened WordPress and gets them up and running on their own site in about a day. Paul is a programmer by training and mentality who now builds sites for clients that are screaming fast and great on SEO. Mary is a degreed designer (plus copywriter/creative director) who worked in print for 15 years before the web was even born. Now she builds sites on the Genesis Framework for clients in the tennis industry. She speaks at 3-5 WordCamps a year, mostly in the Midwest, on responsive and mobile-first design; building for conversion and the differences between copy and content.

  • Let's talk about WordPress!

    Antelope Valley Country Club

    For this first Meetup, bring a question about something you're working on, or that you'd like to be working on. That should give us a sense of where all our skills and interests are, so we can plan relevant discussions. Some background on the three of us: Karen is a professional facilitator whose primary business is teaching WordPress 101. That's a workshop where she takes folks who've never even opened WordPress and gets them up and running on their own site in about a day. Paul is a programmer by training and mentality who now builds sites for clients that are screaming fast and great on SEO. Mary is a degreed designer (plus copywriter/creative director) who worked in print for 15 years before the web was even born. Now she builds sites on the Genesis Framework for clients in the tennis industry. She speaks at 3-5 WordCamps a year, mostly in the Midwest, on responsive and mobile-first design; building for conversion and the differences between copy and content.