OK, I know it’s been more than a month since the 2013 STC Summit ended, but I promise this is the last blog entry I’m going to do about it. No, seriously. I mean it. I was writing up so many blog posts for the STC and about Adobe Day, that I think I got a little burnt out on writing, so I had to take a slight break for a bit, just to catch my breath, so to speak.
Even so, I’m hoping that you’ll enjoy this post which consists of images of me on the trip, just to prove I was there! Sometimes sharing the photos is much more fun, don’t you think?
I will close this with another surprise I got, which I think is appropriate. Jamie Gillenwater did a lightning talk about 101 things to love about tech comm, which included a few quotes of mine. I was honored that she actually used some of the feedback I had sent her! Her last slide was a quote of mine, too, and considering I had forgotten that I gave her this tidbit, I thought it was pretty good, if I do say so myself! I was especially honored that she used this one, as I still find it to be true, especially after my experiences at the 2013 Summit.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this little photo essay. I really enjoyed my time at the STC Summit, and I really hope that I’ll be able to go next year to the conference when it’s in Phoenix!
Things have been very busy for me at work, to the point that it’s been difficult to keep up with things here on the blog. But fear not! There is always more to come on TechCommGeekMom! Stay tuned!
Here’s the last post that I wrote about the 2013 STC Summit for the STC Notebook blog. I hope you’ve enjoyed the ride with me.
Continue to watch my blog for more on Adobe Day at the 2013 STC Summit, and one last blog post about the Summit that will talk about the fun parts–some additional insights from my trip. I’ll also be writing for the STC Notebook on a monthly basis as well, so keep watching for those posts as well.
All good things must come to an end, so must the STC Summit 2013. The last day of the conference was a half-day, but it was still packed with some great presentations and fun. It was time to go home (hence taking the Midnight Train FROM Georgia versus TO Georgia), but it was with the knowledge that so much had been gained in those few days.
This entry, posted at the STC Notebook, reviews my second full day at the STC Summit 2013.
It’s the ninth post of the “First-Timer’s Summit” series. I have just two more entries to write up so that y’all have the full details! You’ll notice that I took a lot of content strategy courses during the Summit, but I threw in some variety as well.
P.S. The title of this post on the STC Notebook was mis-edited. If you haven’t figured it out yet, the titles of all my “At the Summit” posts are based on the titles or lyrics of songs by bands from the greater Atlanta area. The cover here corrects this particular title.
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