Fall in Albuquerque is Awesome

The fall colors in Albuquerque are amazing. We were out on a walk in Bullhead Park when the sun hit the trees just right. I happened to have my iPhone handy to snap a few pictures. This bunch of cottonwoods are just south of Phil Chacon Park. Love the glow.

WordCamp ABQ 2013 – Part Two: Sessions

My recap of WCABQ wouldn’t be complete without some words about the fabulous speakers and sessions that made up the main day of WordCamp. First of all, I couldn’t possibly write a recap post without mentioning the fantastic volunteers and organizers that made WordCamp possible. The planning team worked their tails off: Ray Gulick, Maralyn…

WordCamp ABQ 2013 – Part One: Hackathon

WordCamp ABQ has been over for weeks now and it is high time I blog about it. Right? Right. We kicked the WCABQ2013 off with a rockin’ hackathon organized by a fantastic local volunteer, Brooks Walsh. Wait, what’s a hackathon? Well, hackathons can take several different shapes, ours is essentially an effort to create a…

A Hackathon with Local Social Impact

WPABQ Hackthon In early February, the Albuquerque WordPress Meetup group (WPABQ) organized a hackathon at a local coworking space called TechLove to create some websites for local non-profits. In the past, WPABQ hackathons have included Sky Garden (now Flow), Fairfield Farms, Cathryn McGill (performing artist). This time WPABQ worked with ABQ Zine Fest, Nano Network…

City Art

Albuquerque has the most amazing art, sprinkled randomly around the city. This one is in our neighborhood. We walk and drive by it daily so today we took a moment to enjoy it.

2012 Albuquerque Coop Tour

If you are in Albuquerque you absolutely must head out on Saturday and Sunday, June 9th and 10th from 10-2 to see the fabulous backyard chickens this city has to showcase. We are, of course, proud members of the tour and our kids will be selling lemonade. In fact, if you want a chicken or…