Posts Tagged “Derek K. Miller”

The death of the personal blog

By | September 23, 2011

The death of the personal blog has been coming for some time it seems, but with the addition of Facebook’s new Timelines feature, is the death nigh? I had a brief chat on Twitter with my friend, Chris Ennis, about the implications of Timelines to personal blogging during Facebook’s f8 Developers Conference. It’s not so […]

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RIP Derek K. Miller

By | May 4, 2011

Derek K. Miller has passed away today. My friend, Derek, blogged extensively about his experiences with being diagnosed, treated and ultimately passing away from colorectal cancer. Airdrie, his wonderful wife, posted Derek’s last blog post today (cached version). I suggest you take a moment to read it. Derek was a gifted musician, who believed in sharing his art with anyone […]

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We're All Going To Die | Exploring Your Digital Legacy

By | October 19, 2009

Here’s my presentation from BarCamp Nashville. I entitled it We’re All Going To Die, Exploring Your Digital Legacy. I want to take a moment to thank some people for the inspiration of this topic: Nora Young, Derek K. Miller, Renee Wathelet (RIP) and Adele McAlear. Thanks also to Gavin Richardson for recording the video. This […]

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Why Gnomedex?

By | August 11, 2009

Three years ago I went to my first American geek conference, Gnomedex. It’s funny that it took me that long to start attending US conferences, but I never had the opportunity until I moved south of the border. Gnomedex changed me. This was the incredible conference where the infamous Jason Calacanis and Dave Winer showdown […]

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