Some good people I think you'd enjoy following and may not otherwise come up:— Aram Zucker-Scharff (@Chronotope) January 3, 2020
Folks who Speak Up: @gwensnyderPHL, @Elana_Brooklyn, @Delafina777
Ad Tech & Adjacent: @slayser8 @swodinsky@watkins_welcome @AdMonsterGavin @jason_kint @noahchestnut @robinberjon @dmarti @irwin
I used to, every year, name a Blogger of the Year.— Dave (@davewiner) December 21, 2019
I wanted to keep the idea alive, that amateur writing has a place on the web.
The last couple of years my focus has been elsewhere, even though in 2017, I took a fresh approach to my own blog, with imho excellent results.
I don't have a choice for this year.— Dave (@davewiner) December 21, 2019
If you have a favorite blogger, perhaps a blog that goes with a favorite podcast, please add a link to this thread.
Here's to another great year in 2020, and remember it's even worse than it appears. ;-)https://t.co/xTqU4jQYEo
RSVP and Zoom link here: https://www.mixily.com/event/2998111357898639657
Twitter dev fam, what are some of your favorite personal sites for developers? Looking for some inspiration.— Sia Karamalegos (@TheGreenGreek) November 7, 2019
P.S. I'm super excited about using @eleven_ty for my new personal site and blog.
P.S.S. Should I go #darkmode?
I'm far from done on https://t.co/hiuqD6qSre (built with @eleven_ty as well)— André Jaenisch (@AndreJaenisch) November 9, 2019
But I'd recommend@css https://t.co/7P4v6I8FKO@davidwalshblog https://t.co/PCeZm09DTR@codepo8 https://t.co/jCu6LZV4hd@adactio https://t.co/SsbVKM4wjs@ShopTalkShow https://t.co/T2RjRuj8D6
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Bruce Lawson https://t.co/eOseQPJ6mH
@ChrisAldrich https://t.co/2rN2pkZrJG@bagder https://t.co/C0JmUeA6jP— André Jaenisch (@AndreJaenisch) November 9, 2019
Eric Karjaluoto https://t.co/iwszfbSKvu@RWD https://t.co/d5Dc9WieoG@briankrebs https://t.co/0XGECnboqp@LeaVerou https://t.co/07lvBluU1B@MiriSuzanne https://t.co/BHSGyfS1yF
Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley recently presented its annual Fall Benefit at the Langham Huntington Hotel.
Featured at the event were members of the Planned Parenthood health center staff and health education team to share their moving and inspirational stories about the impact of Planned Parenthood’s work in our local community.
Welcoming hundreds of philanthropists and community leaders, the Fall Benefit raises funds to support the work of Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley.
Each year, more than 40,000 patients count on Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley for birth control, cancer screenings, STI testing and treatment, screenings for common health conditions, annual exams, vaccines and more. It provides more than 500 hours of sexual health education and advocate for increased access to health care. All services are offered at low-to-no cost to individuals, families and schools.
5:42 pm | October 7, 2019
At their annual Fall Benefit, Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley welcomed 375 guests to the Pasadena Langham Huntington Hotel. The event raised over $378,000 in much-needed funds for the organization’s four health care centers located in Pasadena, Eagle Rock, Alhambra and Glendora.
The evening honored Joan Caillouette for more than 60 years of service and dedication to the organization’s mission. Caillouette began volunteering at the Pasadena health center in the early 1960s. For the next 15 years, she became a warm and dependable presence caring for patients each week and even enlisting the help of her husband, Dr. James Caillouette. In the 1970s and 80s she served two terms as the chair of the Board of Directors. She has also chaired the patron committee for the Fall Benefit for nearly 60 years.
Emcees for the event were Roni Geva and Margaret Katch, creators of the pro-choice comedy, CTRL ALT DELETE, an award-winning short film series that highlights their passions for female-driven stories and the intersection of art and activism.
Founded in 1933 by Pasadena residents dedicated to women’s health, PPPSGV is not only among the oldest of Planned Parenthood affiliates—they’re also one of the fastest growing. Today, they see over 60,000 patient visits per year and deliver over 15,000 opportunities for sex and relationship education in local schools and colleges.
Photography by SHIRLEY HUANG
#indieweb is excellent & the solution we've needed for ages. @t & @zeldman great podcast.— Vuild (@vuildco) April 6, 2019
Subtle, but listen to the end.@ChrisAldrich flawless WP tutorial. Worked for Gutenberg too (with plugin).
I added to a couple of sites, but I'm doing lots asap.
SPOTLIGHT ON #WCSCV SPEAKERS: @chrisaldrich presents Micropub and WordPress: Custom Posting Applications. Join us to celebrate @WordPress at @wordcampscv the weekend of April 5-6. Learn more about Chris Aldrich at https://t.co/dXDze2mIap #wordpress #wordcamp #conferences pic.twitter.com/wSWT03bugt— WordCamp Santa Clarita #WCSCV (@wordcampscv) March 16, 2019
THREE'S A MAGIC NUMBER: It's our pleasure to welcome to WordCamp Santa Clarita our third round of speakers to @santaclarita! @jessigurr @davidnuon @joe4ska @heyitsmikeyv @ChrisAldrich @decodingjortega Tickets available at https://t.co/BsveiHppNT #wcscv #wordpress #wordpressscv pic.twitter.com/ri98dbxlbw— WordCamp Santa Clarita #WCSCV (@wordcampscv) March 6, 2019
Group activity in Fun with Fonts with Jessica Broctor @JessBoctor! WordCampers created alphabet templates that were scanned, uploaded, converted to a font file and then used in #WordPress. pic.twitter.com/oDesxbuzke— WordCamp Riverside (@WordCampRS) November 3, 2018