I'm presenting to the Sacramento STC chapter on January 16, 2014. It's a similar presentation I've given to the Berkeley and Silicon Valley chapters. You can view past recordings, slides, and other resources here.
Now that this is the third presentation, though, I have changed this presentation a bit. I'm really reworking the first point about information fragmentation. I sort of took a lot of heat at the Berkeley chapter for my preference for long topics. I know the right way to approach this point now.
I'm also expanding the SEO part of the presentation. I have a lot to say about duplicate content online, etc.
Anyway, if you're in Sacramento on Jan 16, come check out my presentation.
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