Craig Allen Thoughts on creativity and productivity.

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Street cameras on a pole
/ April 5, 2017 / Comments Off on Fighting a Losing Battle for Privacy

Fighting a Losing Battle for Privacy

Over the years, I’ve written about my overall hate for Facebook and their lack of concern for their users’ privacy (to put it nicely). Every time they make changes without telling people, I feel responsible as a tech-savvy person to try to let my friends and family know to make sure they are aware and […]

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My wife and daughters
/ March 15, 2017 / Comments Off on Your Story is Worth Telling

Your Story is Worth Telling

This is what I’ve been telling myself for the last week and half while I’ve stopped publishing daily blog posts. I haven’t stopped writing, but after a few family sicknesses and other life-distractions, I lost a bit of motivation to share anything with the world. I have also had a bit of difficulty finding enough […]

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Buildings by the sea
/ March 1, 2017 / Comments Off on Preparing for WordCamp Lancaster

Preparing for WordCamp Lancaster

I finally finished my slides for Saturday, so now I just have to practice it a few times and I’ll be good to go. I’m been hearing great things about WordCamp Lancaster¬†and am very excited to attend for the first time! On another note, I’ve started a side project of building a dollhouse for my […]

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Typing on a laptop
/ February 27, 2017 / Comments Off on A lifelong Love of Words

A lifelong Love of Words

I was having a group text conversation with my family this weekend, and some stories came up in my life that made me realize how many things are connected by the common thread of my love for words. My first thoughts about this idea came from my post last week when I wrote about my […]

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WordCamp Lancaster banner free ticket
/ February 24, 2017 / Comments Off on Get a free ticket to WordCamp Lancaster

Get a free ticket to WordCamp Lancaster

When they first announced WordCamp Lancaster 2017, I immediately bought a ticket. Then I applied to speak, got accepted, and got a free ticket. That leaves me in a position of having a ticket I don’t need. Sure, I could ask for a refund. And sure, they’re only $20… BUT- I thought I’d have a […]

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