We'll start the new year with a look at some of The Washington Post (http://www.washingtonpost.com/)'s most interesting digital initiatives that began in 2012 — and some hints at what's to come in 2013. Designers, editors and others from across the newsroom will present quick, five-minute lightning talks on:
WordPress (http://wordpress.org/) as a platform (Yuri Victor) Liveblogging (Melissa Bell) The Grid (http://www.washingtonpost.com/grid/election-day-2012/) - a live events and curation platform (Joey Marburger) Run (http://www.washingtonpost.com/supergrid/run/) - a visual journey through the election (Terri Rupar) Video strategy and new platforms (Natasha Rudnick) Revamping the mobile web (Julia Beizer) Say What (http://apps.washingtonpost.com/politics/transcripts/2012/presidential/live/744/) speech video and annotated transcript viewer (Kat Downs) Interactives in the Capitol Assets (http://www.washingtonpost.com/capitolassets) investigation (Wilson Andrews)
The $5 entry fee covers only you. If you want a +1, please have that person sign up on her/his own and pay. We have had too many no shows recently and must adhere to this policy (no exceptions). Burned once, ouch. Burned twice, we're just fire-starters. No one wants that.
Thanks, lovelies. See you in January!
— Tiff and Matt