Archive for January, 2007

Bloggers are Lonely

Wednesday, January 31st, 2007 — 3:39pm PDT
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My co-worker just sent me a link to an article talking about a book by a U of C professor. Michael Keren, who has written “Blogosphere: The New Political Arena,” suggests individuals who bare their souls in blogs are isolated and lonely, living in a virtual reality instead of forming real relationships or helping to […]

Fogg with the Girls

Tuesday, January 30th, 2007 — 10:33pm PDT
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I don’t hang out with my female friends as much as I should. We went to the Fogg for the game tonight and my sister and Tanya (who might as well be my other sister) hung out as well for what proved to be a really freakin’ great time.

Link Love for Vancouver Girl Bloggers

Tuesday, January 30th, 2007 — 6:16pm PDT
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It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. Seems like everyone kinda went in a blog slump during the holidays and we’re all emerging like the sun from the fog over the North Shore mountains. I know, how lovely and picturesque: Netchick takes a simple idea, turns it into a social bloggy game, […]

Single In Vancouver

Monday, January 29th, 2007 — 2:21pm PDT
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Boy have I got a site for you, unfortunately for me. I used to check out this one ‘Vancouver Events’ web page cause it had some really interesting upcoming activities that I couldn’t find listed anywhere else. From fund raising dinners to concerts, it was a really great source. Though it seems as of late, […]

Sunday Skytrain Pet Peeve

Sunday, January 28th, 2007 — 12:07pm PDT
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We had somewhere to be today. We don’t own a car and our little feet can only take us so far in this vast expanse known as the Lower Mainland. We had to be in New Westminster and we were right on time when we got to Burrard Station. I went to purchase tickets but […]

The Fog That Turns People Inside Out

Saturday, January 27th, 2007 — 8:10pm PDT
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Today my sister and I were supposed to participate in The Amazing Hunt [604], it would have been a lovely day for it but Executive Producer Bill Lin had the right idea in mind when he postponed today’s race a couple of weeks ago. There were power outages, winds destroying forests, sleet and snow pelting […]