I was interviewed by Fast Company on How To Have A Virtual Meeting, which they turned into a neat article.
Was excited to be named to Forbes 30 Under 30 representing the Media category, alongside some interesting characters from Wiz Khalifa to Hugh Evans. They also did a fun photo shoot with Walter Smith, who also has a WordPress blog, and styled by Joseph De Acetis which you can see a bit of to the right. Check out the entire list to learn about some of the most interesting folks moving and shaking right now.
Last week in Paris I had a twenty minute chat with Om that covered WordPress, Automattic, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and the freedom of the web.
I had an amazing weekend at WordCamp San Francisco hanging out with hundreds of WordPress users from all over the world at the main event and the dev day afterward. Then on Sunday I was humbled to be featured on the cover of my hometown paper the Houston Chronicle in an article David Kaplan wrote following the 10-year high school reunion I went to (PDF).
It was a pleasure meeting so many of you, and I hope it’s not next year before we meet again. Thank you to Michael Pick and Pete Davies for helping me out under tight timelines again.
Matt McAlister writes on the The Generosity Strategy after our conversation in London last week.
A nice article in Techcrunch today about the Unreasonable At Sea 100 Day Journey in 2013.
I thought I could skip this one, but have been getting lots of ribbing on the NY Times Bachelorville article that was in their style section yesterday. To answer the FAQs: 1. My eyes are not always red. 2. Dvorak really is a thing. 3. I, too, had to look up what they meant by “unreconstructed.”