The Glob (not the Globe) will be the venue for Geekfest Denver 2011. 

Here’s their myspace page: http://www.myspace.com/globglobglob

The Glob (not the Globe) will be the venue for Geekfest Denver 2011. 

Here’s their myspace page: http://www.myspace.com/globglobglob

Book and Pay for Geekfest 2011

Just a reminder: The cutoff date is August 18 to still get the group rate for GeekFest Denver.

Please call The Curtis Hotel (http://www.thecurtis.com) at 303-571-0300 to book.

Give them the Group name: GEEKFEST for the $129/night rate.  That’s good for either 1 king or two queen beds.

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and I know some people are wondering how to pay/register for GeekFest.

 Go to aphotoaday.org > click on the support APAD link, and drop $100 in our PayPal account. It’s that easy. Or, even easier — http://www.aphotoaday.org/support.html

See you in Denver!


-m

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This just in from Melissa Lyttle:
Hi all. If you’re wondering where you might stay for GeekFest, I’ve
secured a block of rooms at The Curtis, a sweet boutique hotel indowntown Denver.Check out some of the photo galleries on their website:  http://www.thecurtis.com/The group rate we’ve been quoted is $129 a night for a room witheither 2 beds (doubles/queens) or 1 king. Split 4 ways, that’s not badat all…Give them the group name:  GeekFest when you go to reserve to get thegroup rate.The dates again are Sept. 16-18.  Most people come in Friday (we’llhave something Friday evening around 8… and then it ends Sundayaround 4, so most folks fly home that night.Yay!m

This just in from Melissa Lyttle:

Hi all. If you’re wondering where you might stay for GeekFest, I’ve

secured a block of rooms at The Curtis, a sweet boutique hotel in
downtown Denver.

Check out some of the photo galleries on their website:  http://www.thecurtis.com/

The group rate we’ve been quoted is $129 a night for a room with
either 2 beds (doubles/queens) or 1 king. Split 4 ways, that’s not bad
at all…

Give them the group name:  GeekFest when you go to reserve to get the
group rate.

The dates again are Sept. 16-18.  Most people come in Friday (we’ll
have something Friday evening around 8… and then it ends Sunday
around 4, so most folks fly home that night.

Yay!

m

APAD Scroller! 
Sam Saccone built this page that has every APAD cover image from the beginning. This is a great way to see the kind of quality that comes over APAD everyday (most days anyway). 

APAD Scroller! 

Sam Saccone built this page that has every APAD cover image from the beginning. This is a great way to see the kind of quality that comes over APAD everyday (most days anyway). 

Jonathan Blaustein interviews Matt Slaby for the APhotoEditor.com about inner workings of the Luceo Co-opertive.

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Click on the screenshot to navigate to Kevin Moloney’s blog.

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Click the screen shot to see Melissa Farlow’s portfolio website.

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Click on the screenshot to navigate to Rob Haggart’s aphotoeditor.com blog.

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Click the photo to navigate to Ben Rasmussen’s portfolio site.