Vancouver Social Media Scene: DemoCamp, Third Tuesday, Launch Party


Monday, November 26th, 2007 — 4:00am PST
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Between card games and rounds of turkey it was next to impossible to live blog DemoCampVancouver04. That, and I was thousands of miles away in America’s midwest. Fortunately, there has been some nice coverage of the event by attendees and participants.

  • The Techvibes blog has a few recap posts about Nethook, Adhack and the super-entertaining Battledecks.
  • John Biehler has some photos up on Flickr.
  • Linda Bustos doing Battledecks – Photo credit: John Biehler on Flickr


    Jordan Behan doing Battledecks – Photo credit: John Biehler on Flickr


    Nancy aka Money Coach live twittering – Photo credit: John Biehler on Flickr
  • Quick recap from my co-worker, Trevor.
  • More presenter and participant links can be found on the DemoCampVancouver04 wiki.
  • As for Third Tuesday, it happened on the eve of the big Raincity/Bryght announcement.

  • Recap blog post by the presenter, 76Design.
  • This week should be pretty tame in the realm of social media happenings but it picks up again on December 5th with Launch Party with a Twiist. This “fun-filled tech mixer”, brought to us by the fine folks at Strutta, is highly anticipated and will feature networking, demos and maybe just a few drinks.

    Update: There’s also TransitCamp on Dec. 8th and the Vancouver Blogger Meetup on Dec. 12.

    Current contests on Miss604.com

    2 comments

    1. Raul says:

      Darn, I’m going to miss it (AGAIN). Why don’t bloggers organize a social event this week so that I can attend… I am going to be gone for more than a month!!! ๐Ÿ™

      On the other hand, though, I am happy to hear you and John are back ๐Ÿ˜€

    2. Jordan says:

      I can’t remember what I was talking about…so I sure as hell can’t figure why my hands are in that position. Long story short: Bustos is the reigning queen of the Battledecks.

      Thanks for the Launch Party plug too, eh!

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