Catching Up With The Pot-Luck, Sept. 2013

One of the greatest things about a collaborative blog is seeing what all the various authors have going on outside of their fantastic work here. Here’s a look at some recent notable achievements.

Erik Ralston, Ty Mulholland, Becca Lingley – Organized the first Startup Weekend in the Tri-Cities.

Kai-Huei Yau – Kai won the Cowles trophy, the top award at the 2013 Associated Press Northwest photo contest, as well as a first, second, and third place in other categories.

Suzy Higley – Organized and hosted the first Autism Optimism Society (AOS) meeting (as part of her larger group, Better Together Tri-Cities), a social group for parents of autistic children.

Keith Nerdin – Announced his new podcast series and shared the first episode.

Adam Brault, Melanie Brown, Stephanie Maier, Jenn Turner, Nick Napoli, Mike Speegle, Nathan Fritz, Henrik Joreteg, and Eric Zanol – All helping to organize the 2013 Realtime Conference in Portland. http://2013.realtimeconf.com/

Matt McGee – Started a new blog to discuss the Google Glass device.

Kristin De La Rosa – Kristin’s art is being displayed as part of the “Life Interpreted” exhibit at WSU Tri-Cities.

John Higley – The fine folks at Imageworks recorded an interview with me about The Pot-Luck which will be distributed via their podcast, and I will be doing a live tweet question and answer session about the interview on Sept. 24th from 10 AM to 11 AM.

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I'm a software developer, working remotely from Richland, WA, working on solving the many issues of managing financial services products on the web. I'm fascinated by the user experience of web sites and applications and read way more than I should. Working on effectively sharing knowledge and ideas has become a recent, but burning, passion.

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  • Becca Lingley

    Sept. 24 on my calendar! Thanks for recapping John – there is and I’m sure will continue to be so much awesome stuff happen through amazing Tri-Citizens. 🙂

  • This is a nice recap post! Thanks. Good stuff!

  • thepotluck

    Change Sept. 24 to Oct. 8. 🙂 Got bumped back a bit. But that means we’ll have a better opportunity for more promotion for the event.