This Monday Night, May 15th, from 7:30-9pm I am inviting those of you who are free to join us in blog party #3. There are a few things you need to bring, a writing prompt to work on, any questions you may have about the technical aspects of blogging and something to drink. We will help each other out on techie stuff, and for those of you who don’t need any help you can use this time to hang out, drink a beer and work on a post, or listen to the new Gnarls Barkley album, which will certainly be spinning. Let me know if you’re coming and I will tell you where we live. The reason for getting together is to hang out, help each other with any questions and encourage that geek in each of us.
Oh – you need to bring a wi-fi ready laptop too.
5 responses to “Blog Party #3”
this gonna be at you pad? it was nice to see you last night at “the lamest film of the summer”
Seth – it was definately great bleeding on the flad last night with you! ah…yes it will be at our pad I’d love for you to come.
Yeah! I am a geek! I am a geek!
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