Three Things I Re-Learned at NEPA BlogCon

NEPA BlogCon is a testament to all that is good and aspirational in Northeast Pennsylvania. Last weekend I attended for the third time. Here are three things I re-learned from NEPA BlogCon:  Talent abounds in Northeast PA. Actually, first class, exciting, and inspirational talent. Kudos to WBS Penguins  and The Lands at Hillside Farms for…

Net Driven- Revving Up the Tech Industry in Scranton

Today’s sponsored post comes from our friends at Net Driven (and actually, my home base!) Net Driven is a proud sponsor of this year’s NEPA BlogCon and we couldn’t be more delighted to have them involved. Here’s more about the company, the work it does, and how it’s revving up the tech industry in Northeastern…

2013 NEPA Calendar Contest Winners

There aren’t so many moments when I realize how amazing our local area is. I can probably count all of them on the nipples of the udder of the large plaster brown cow off of 309 by the craft beer shop. That’s like 4. But seeing these amazing pictures totally sparked this feeling inside, like,…

Call for Photographers for a 2013 NEPA Calendar

Email your pics to: info@nepablogcon.com with the subject line “2013 NEPA Calendar” to be entered to have your picture showcased in this fabulous for charity project! Remember, all proceeds from NEPA BlogCon directly benefit our chosen charities, The Arc of Luzerne County and the NEPA Veterans Multicare Alliance. Download a high res flyer here.

Giving Back

One of the goals of NEPA BlogCon is to bring more digital enlightenment to Northeastern Pennsylvania through promoting the effective use of blogging and social media.  However, that is not our ONLY goal.  We want to give back to the community as well.  To recap, we have two charities that our conference will benefit….The Arc of…

Join the #NEPA570 Hashtag Revolution

So you have grown accustomed to hashtagging a tweet when it’s regional in nature with #NEPA – or for some other reason like #imhungry. Those of us who were early adopters of the Twitter hashtag as introduced by Chris Messina (LOL you thought you invented it didn’t you?) quickly found tweet tracking very valuable for a…