Script & Style Show: Episode 23: Blogging, CodePenning, and Podcasting with Chris Coyier

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In this episode:  David kicks off by recounting a heroic (and tiring) sprint across the O'Hare airport to make his flight home from Toronto.  CSS-Tricks scribe Chris Coyier joins Todd and David to discuss CSS-Tricks, CodePen, podcasting, and numerous walks down memory lane.  This episode provides great advice for new developers and discusses the early days of tech blogging which experienced developers will enjoy looking back on.  Enjoy!

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