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Thank You from Tech Talk Live

Tim Laubach


I was hoping to write something witty, inspiring, or topical for our 150th celebratory blog post, but instead I think I will keep it to a simple thank you.

To Our Blog Leaders:

For those of you who are regular contributors to our blog, I wish to express my deepest gratitude.  Without individuals such as yourself I would not be writing this entry today.  It is you who have helped to make this blog and our Tech Talk Live conference a success.  We have come a long way since our first entry from Hempfield School District in 2013 on how to use Apple TVs as Smart Board replacements.   With topics from technology leadership to applications development and network administration, you have covered a large variety of topics facing technology department staff in K-12 schools across Pennsylvania.  Your expertise and time are incredibly valuable and we appreciate and look forward to your entries. Keep up the great work!

To Our Blog Readers:

We hope that you have found the information in our blog to be useful, whether it has been technical or philosophical.  We encourage you to engage with the posts and share your input and knowledge. Our authors will be looking for your questions, ideas, feedback, and even disagreements with the blog posts’ conclusions. The Tech Talk Live blog has been viewed almost 175,000 times since its inception, and we thank you for your continued support.

As always, I hope to see many of you at Tech Talk Live 2017. All of you have helped to make this unique conference hugely successful. We appreciate the feedback we receive as it helps us make the conference better every year.

Our registration numbers are approaching the maximum so if you have not registered yet, please do so quickly.  Until then, keep up your outstanding work being the unsung heroes behind the scenes making your schools run smoothly for students and staff.

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