Archive for March, 2008

Bridging Media Session Two: Buzz Builders

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Buzz Builders: Using Multi-platforms To Build A Buzz and An Audience Around Your Project “From film to television to the internet, defining your audience is an integral portion in the conceptualizing stage of a project. Are you using the accessible channels of communication to speak to your audience, draw a crowd and create buzz around […]

Bridging Media at the Hanger at BCIT

Comments 6 by Rebecca Bollwitt

John and I were whisked off to the Bridging Media conference this morning thanks to PR queen (and fellow West End resident) Colleen Coplick. Upon our arrival at the Hanger (which really is a hanger… big huge loading doors, lack of sufficient power sources and heat) I ran into Kris, Darren, and of course organizer […]

Michael Geist E-publishing and the Law at UBC

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Thanks to this blog post by Tris I remembered I had signed John and I up for this event a while back after receiving a message about it on my contact page: The Canadian Journalism Foundation Presents Michael Geist E-Publishing and The Law. Photo Credit: rhyndman on Flickr Where: St. John’s College, 2111 Lower Mall, […]

Bionic Hollow Tree for Stanley Park

Comments 14 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Hollow Tree in Stanley Park is a tourist favourite. On the West side of Stanley Park Drive, it’s a frequent stopping zone and photo op. During the storms of 2006, the tree was weakened beyond already being hollow at the base, and the Parks Board would now like to spend $200,000 to restore it. […]

Vancouver History: Mount Pleasant

Comments 7 by Guest Author

The following was researched, contributed and written by Raul Given what I research on my day job, it is also ironic (or coincidental, perhaps) that I now live in an area that used to be industrial and is now being transformed into a residential zone (while attempting to preserve the historical industrial heritage). With the […]