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Leave 2007, it’s 2008’s turn!

By And here we are at another year down. It was a good year all around, but I’m looking forward to 2008. I have a bunch of great projects in the works for 2008 that should make for a fun year! I hope to be announcing some shortly after the new year. is […]

End of the year dash!

By Well it’s almost a new year and I’m in my usual dash to the finish line. I’m always real busy this time of year. I just returned from my Oakland trip with my Dad. We went to the Raiders vs. Colts game on Sunday and witnessed magic! The Raiders held their own! Course […]

Startup Weekend Launches New Podcast: Startup the Show

By recently launched a new podcast called Startup the Show. Hosted by Andrew Hyde of and Rana Sobhany of, Startup the Show will discuss startups, culture and business. They will also be interviewing many founders of companies from their startup weekend adventures. New episodes will be released three times a week […]

The Crunchies Awards are Open for Nominations

By The Crunchies Awards are now open for nominations. This is the first year for the Crunchies, which is a collaboration project between GigaOm, Read/WriteWeb, VentureBeat and TechCrunch. The Crunchies is a competition and awards ceremony to “recognize and celebrate the most compelling startups, internet and technology innovations of the year.” Nominations are open […]

BarCamp Indianapolis Tech Conference

By I’ve challenged myself with a new mission. I want to help bring technology to Indianapolis. Sure we have technology companies here, but no conferences, no meet-ups, no events period. So I began my search and guess what I found? Scott Wilder is working on organizing the first ever BarCamp in Indianapolis. What is […]

The Power of the Blog – Travelocity Listened

By Some of you may remember my recent rant about Travelocity. Well I’m happy to report that today my girlfriend received an email from the complaint department stating they would issue her a full refund AND give her a free one night stay at a hotel of equal value. Wow! I’m quick to […]

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Brad Williams is a computer programmer and tech junkie who enjoys exploring technology and sharing his knowledge and experience with others.


CEO of WebDevStudiosMaintainn, and Pluginize. Co-author of Professional WordPress and Professional WordPress Plugin Development.


Brad resides in Philadelphia.


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