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Have you ever thought you might like to run a series of evening events, but you weren't sure how to go about it? If you've got an urge to build a sense of community in your field of expertise, or if you struggle to contain your passion for knowledge and want people to share and learn with, you're probably a great candidate for becoming an evening event organiser.
We've made an important change to the way Lanyrd interacts with your Twitter account: we no longer require write access in order to use the site. Instead, we'll ask permission to upgrade to write access only when you do something on the site that needs it.
In which Natalie and Simon have an adventure in Istanbul, Sophie and Jake take a trip to the seaside, and poor Tom stays at home on his lonesome.
Posted at 2:31pm on 18th June 2012 by Sophie Barrett
We settled into our new office a little more this week, started work on some meatier long term projects and enjoyed some surprisingly sunny weather on our office's brand new roof deck.
Posted at 12:20am on 7th June 2012 by Natalie Downe
In a desperate effort to return to a Proper and Normal universe, I'm going to try to actually do the Friday weeknotes blog entry on a Friday. It's crazy. But I have to try. As Jake managed to slip all the way into Tuesday (slacker) this means that I only have 3 days to talk about, but I'll try to pad it out with rambling as much as I can.
Posted at 10:08pm on 25th May 2012 by Tom Insam
It's been a bit of a hectic week. We fled Castle Lanyrd and created a new upgraded base of operations a whole four minutes away, which we're lovingly calling Lanyrd:TNG. Rather than pay some burly lumberjack-shaped peoples to move stuff for us, we decided to "lumberjack up" and do it ourselves.
Posted at 12:09pm on 22nd May 2012 by Jake Archibald
Download our shiny new, improved iPhone app for instant information about events you're attending. Organising an event? Use our free app to keep your attendees up to date.
Jake has been entertaining attendees at Mobilism whilst the rest of us have been having a week of working on little bits and pieces.
Posted at 5:50pm on 14th May 2012 by Sophie Barrett
We've introduced a simple way of adding bullet points and links to content on Lanyrd. Plus, slides and video from RailsConf and The Next Web 2012.
Posted at 2:18pm on 1st May 2012 by Simon Willison
Posted at 8:48pm on 23rd April 2012 by Natalie Downe