This year you’ll be able to quickly and conveniently take the Las Vegas Monorail back and forth between the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino and the Las Vegas Convention Center where Pubcon takes place. [Read more...]”
Lane R. Ellis has over 31 years experience working with and writing about the Internet. In 1984 he started operating a computer bulletin board in Denver, Colorado, which has led him on a long and productive path working with the Internet and, since 1993, the Web.
Lane writes about current social media and search industry news as Lead Editor for new media and optimization conference firm Pubcon. Prior to joining Pubcon, Lane worked in the Web development and engineering fields beginning in the 1980s with Commodore Amiga software and hardware maker Progressive Peripherals and Software.
When he's not writing about the next big Pubcon conference, Google, Bing or Pinterest, Lane enjoys distance running (eleven marathons including two ultras so far), genealogical research, cross-country skate skiing, and spending time with his wonderful wife Julie and their two cats in Duluth, Minnesota.
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