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Communications consultant and Birmingham Blogging Academy founder Wade Kwon has written thousands of blog posts and created blogs big and small. He loves to tell stories, in person and in print and online as Birmingham’s Best Blogger.
He is the founder of the Y'all Connect blogging/social media conference.
The Poynter Institute selected Kwon as one of 35 Influential People in Social Media. Birmingham Magazine readers selected him as Best Tweeter 2 years running in the Best of B’ham 2010 and 2011 online polls. His site, Magic City Post, was voted Best Website in the Birmingham's Best 2011 readers' poll by the Birmingham News.
Kwon has worked with companies across Alabama and across America for consulting and training. Let him help your company with communication strategy, training, social media, blogging, public speaking, marketing, public relations and more.
A Birmingham, Ala., native, he started his award-winning blog Wade on Birmingham in 2005, and has worked with Time Inc. and Scripps-Howard on blogging and new media. He is a founding board member of the Alabama Social Media Association, a nonprofit group dedicated to educating people about social media.
Kwon has been a writer and editor at Southern Living magazine and the Birmingham Post-Herald newspaper, winning numerous journalism awards.
- Y'all ConnectConference director, 2013 - present
- Wade Kwon ConsultingCommunications consultant, 2009 - present
- Birmingham Blogging AcademyInstructor, 2009 - present
- Alabama Social Media AssociationBoard member, 2011 - 2013
- Magic City PostEditor and partner, 2010 - 2011
- Southern Living
- Birmingham Post-Herald
- The Birmingham News
- Child Times of Alabama
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Attorney Kerry O'Shea Gorgone explained the rules for marketers and bloggers in her talk.
Uber also gets to utilize the "pickup in MB drop off anywhere" loophole.
They use the same loophole in Mobile and surrounding cities. In fact there are people that only work outside of mobile and if you get caught doing it Uber will pay the fines for you.
Uber is an evil bastard of a company but I guess it takes an evil bastard to fight another evil bastard, city governments.