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    The Ultimate Microsoft Excel 2013 Training Bundle

    Microsoft Excel is, by a long way, the most widely-used spreadsheet software out there, and...

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    From HTML to App Store in 60 Minutes

    When developing a mobile app for iPhone and Android, most people think they need deep...

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  • CCNP ROUTE 2013 Bootcamp

    CCNP ROUTE 2013 Bootcamp

    Pass the CCNP ROUTE exam with Chris Bryant, “The Computer Certification Bulldog” and CCIE #12933…....

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  • CCNP SWITCH 2013 Bootcamp

    CCNP SWITCH 2013 Bootcamp

    Get your CCNP with Chris Bryant, CCIE #12933 No prepackaged slides here – you’ll see...

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  • CCNP TSHOOT 2013 Bootcamp

    CCNP TSHOOT 2013 Bootcamp

    Pass the CCNP TSHOOT exam with Chris Bryant, “The Computer Certification Bulldog” and CCIE #12933…....

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  • CCNA 2013 Bootcamp

    CCNA 2013 Bootcamp

    Truly the ultimate in CCNA Boot Camp preparation – and you don’t have to take...

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  • CCNP 2013 Video Bootcamp

    CCNP 2013 Video Bootcamp

    Get your CCNP with Chris Bryant, “The Computer Certification Bulldog” and CCIE #12933…. …and you...

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About Chris

1996

LockerGnome began as a technology mailing list in 1996, offering tips and tricks for operating systems and applications, software suggestions (with an emphasis on public domain and shareware software), and web site.

2001

In 2001, Pirillo launched Gnomedex, a yearly conference covering all aspects of art, science, social media, blogs, and new and emerging technologies and concepts, such as Web 2.0.

2012

In 2012, Pirillo started a subscription-based service called Gnomies that offered advice to upcoming entrepreneurs who wanted an insight on how to get an idea or company launched professionally online.

Chris Pirillo reminds me of Oprah. He is pretty damned brilliant  and makes the word ‘entrepreneur’ sound like some slow-moving, washed-up, has-been word. There must be a better word that includes the ‘whirl’ feeling Chris’s brain gives off. So, what I’m trying to say is that if you don’t think Chris will be famous, like  WAY famous one of these days, think again.

— Halley Suitt, Writer for the Harvard Business Review