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I’ve begun the long process of redesigning my web site, and as part of that, I need to move my blog away from the root directory.
You can now find my blog located here: http://www.lyndseo.com/blog/
It’s Friday night and I’m cursing the fact that I booked myself on the red-eye back to Winnipeg because it’s only 6:00 p.m. but I can’t really go anywhere thanks to needing to be at the airport by 9:00. Most people are still out and about (yeah yeah imagine I’m saying it with the Canadian accent so many people told me I have) and not hanging out in the hotel bar.
What a fantastic week. WebmasterWorld’s PubCon definately has a distinctive taste to it, with many differences as well as similarities to SES. There are many things I loved about both.
Here’s my shout out to some awesome people that I encountered during my week at WebmasterWorld’s PubCon Las Vegas 2006.
As it turns out, staying in, relaxing and getting some work done Wednesday was a great move because I woke up Thursday feeling refreshed and raring to go. Danny Sullivan gave the keynote address on Thursday morning and talking about search and where search is heading. I’m going to have to review someone else’s notes on his speech because unfortunately, I was in the back and wasn’t able to see or hear much.
Now, someone please tell me about the curse of Wednesdays. Just like in San Jose, I wake up Wednesday barely able to function. I did miss John Bataille’s keynote, however had a very pleasant conversation with Shirley Tan and Jeannine Crooks at the breakfast table.
Guy Kawasaki’s key note was great. He knew how to keep the audience listening, a hard task at 9:00 a.m. for most of us who were out late the night before, and suffering from at least a two-hour time change. Don’t worry Guy, I won’t let the bozos get me down.