Julie Kuehl wears many hats – she’s the producer of Ken Ray’s Eye Chart Magazine, a WordPress Developer and a podcaster, among others. Our conversation covers all of those, with a focus on her presentation at the upcoming WordCamp Lancaster in Pennsylvania. Julie talks about the evolution of WordPress, how it fits into the blogging, podcasting and business worlds, and why it isn’t just a blogging platform any more. What you can expect to learn from her presentations and why you should attend this or any other WordCamp are part of an enlightening conversation on web publishing of all kinds.
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Julie is a freelance web developer specializing in WordPress. She owns straightFORWARD Web Solutions where I build badass websites for awesome people. In addition to web development, She also writes and has contributed to CyberChimps.com, MyMac.com, The Mac Observer, The Grammar Doctors, Touch Reviews, and The Tech Lounge, among others. Julie also produces Ken Ray’s Eye Chart Magazine.
Podcasts are a particular passion of Julie’s. She hosts SciFiTechTalk and has been on Apptastic Reviews, The Tech Lounge, Not Another Mac Podcast, and other assorted podcasts since 2005.
Julie also has a passion for her Harley-Davidson and keeps a small blog of my adventures over at wildandprecious.us if you want to follow along.