Posts Tagged with: photography

Skillshare : Tired of being just “Crafty”

 

Skillshare is a community marketplace to learn anything from anyone. People can offer classes to others on any subject, from baking cupcakes to raising startup capital.

Skillshare launched in November of 2010 and much to my surprise, I just found out about it a couple weeks ago. I’ve already concluded that this company rocks! So why is peer to peer learning so important? Well think about it, information today …

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Traveling to Boulder?

So we are new to Boulder from NYC and CT, we have had a pretty amazing go at it over the last year with all sorts of interesting projects and events we have taken part in. We ended up in Boulder, CO after a documentary tour that went bad in New Mexico. The ppl funding us had a melt down and literally abandoned us(Katie and I) in New Mexico.. …

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Railsbridge learning Ruby on Rails – Guest Blog Post at Quickleft

Original Posting can be read here Quickleft.com blog post

or is Posted below also.

Quick Left hosted the RailsBridge workshop, along with the organization of the event by Thoughtbot’s Desi McAdam, earlier this month. We asked some participants to let us know their thoughts on the event and Katie and Paul of 23rd Studios graciously volunteered to share their experiences below. Not only that, they took amazing photos of the event. And yes, that’s …

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Pact/Whole Kids Foundation teams up for Urban Gardens Across America

Recently I found myself on Facebook as so many of us do, though for me browsing Facebook isn’t about chatting with friends or family members. For me it is really just working on our 23rdstudios business page networking with local businesses and in this case finding out about this great fundraising campaign. Factory Made here in Boulder CO was promoting an Urban Gardens across america fundraiser with one of their product partners …

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