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Mena Trott
Six Apart
http://www.sixapart.com/

Mena Trott is co-founder and president of Six Apart, the creators of the TypePad service and Movable Type software, two of the leading tools for publishing weblogs. In addition to her role helping lead management and business efforts at Six Apart, Trott enjoys making the products aesthetically pleasing as well as functionally intuitive. Named one of Fast Company's "Fast 50 for 2004," Trott has been involved in the weblogging space since she first began publishing to her own weblog, dollarshort.org in early 2001. She speaks regularly at industry conferences--notably Supernova, South by Southwest, AdTech and DEMO 2004--and writes frequently about weblogging and Six Apart at Mena's Corner. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and co-founder of Six Apart, Ben Trott.

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