Archive for January, 2008

Dotcom Bust and SuperBowl Commercials

Comments 4 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Someone was just mentioned something about Pets.com, which instantly made me picture their sock dog mascot (which incidentally lead Pets.com to sue Conan O’Brien’s show over “Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog“). Thinking back to the days of the dotcom BOOM I remember where I was when it all went down… during the BUST. I was […]

Thursday Morning Link Fest: Island Girl Edition

Comments 11 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Tonight, I will be one with the Island. I’m not sure what that means but it has something to do with a girl, her mom, and her puppy that keeps threatening to lick my nose. Mount Washington – Photo credit: Keira on Flickr ID now required to enter the United States, “saying your citizenship isn’t […]

The Things That Matter

Comments 5 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I’ve been so busy recently that I haven’t had time to cover everything I’ve wanted to on the blog. I also haven’t had a lot of time to just chill out with John or my family even though they’re the most important things in the world to me. After waiting almost two years, John‘s immigration […]

Culturally Modified Trees of Stanley Park

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The other day during our multi-hour walk through the park, John and I came across a a tree that had been tagged in a way I hadn’t seen before. You’ll usually find fluorescent flags hanging off branches as route or survey markers but since the storms we’ve mostly seen spray-painted dots, rags and other indicators […]

Justifying Chill Out Spaces

Comments 6 by Guest Author

The following is a guest post, contributed by Keith So much in today’s world needs to be justified with numbers showing us that there is a quantifiable value for every decision. When a company spends money, more often than not they want to know how spending that money will make them more money. This is […]

The Vancouver Blogger Challenge

Comments 21 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I know Google is nice to me. It likes me. I can post on a certain topic and within an hour show up on page one of their results for the most obscure of things. Well yesterday while reading Morning Brew, Sean linked to Narvey who was doing an SEO experiment. For those unfamiliar, SEO […]