Archive for May, 2008

Social Media for Change: Food Bank RoundUp

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I recently did some housekeeping on the site and removed a section of my About page, dissecting it into several other pages. One that I would like to bring your attention to is Causes. I know folks around here love to give and help out whenever they can, that’s what makes this area so great. […]

Statistics Tracking Tools Reviewed

Comments 11 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Being the liveblogger for my friend Dave‘s “Fuck Stats, Make Art” session that I attended at Northern Voice, I know full well that none of my content revolves (or should revolve) around statistics. However, for many reasons stats tracking is important to me, here are a few: I do have ads on my site for […]

Liveblogging Tools Reviewed

Comments 8 by Rebecca Bollwitt

It’s been almost a year since I wrote How to Live Blog, and in that time I’ve completed over 15 live blogs at a dozen events (brining my live blog total close to 30). Everyday tools are being devised to help make this process a little smoother, fancier, and attract more viewers however I still […]

Punish the Breed of Dog, or the Owners, A Miss604 Poll

Comments 14 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The only pets I’ve ever owned are a hamster and my Kitty (who is pushing 17 years old and going strong) so I’ve never really known either side of the story, but growing up I knew which house to avoid walking past on my way home from school. You know, the one with the growling, […]

Vancouver History: Henry John Cambie

Comments 7 by Rebecca Bollwitt

While reading VancouverHistory.ca I always check out the sidebar where there’s a teaser for the book, the Street Names of Vancouver by Elizabeth Walker. It asks, “Who was Davie? Why do we have a Broadway? What street was named for a Spanish Secretary of State?” and until the other day my previous knowledge of the […]