National Digital Media Day: Gastown

Thursday, September 25th, 2008 — 1:07pm PST
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We are at Salt in Gastown right now with Tris Hussey, Kris Krug and Raul – come on down and join us for lunch. Kris is giving impromptu photography advice and I’m live blogging before delicious our “Butcher Plate” arrives. Canned food donations are being accepted for the Food Bank.

Update: Anthony just arrived as well as Jenn and Nadia from Invoke Media.

National Digital Media Day Lunch @ Salt

National Digital Media Day Lunch @ Salt

National Digital Media Day Lunch @ Salt

You can view more photos in Tris’ Flickrstream, and Raul will have his up soon as well. A very big thank you to Anthony from Farmstead Wines for not only sponsoring the wine but also for the amazing lunch here at Salt. We’re now off to North Vancouver to visit Dave Olson (sans his appendix) – podcaster and online content creator extraordinaire.

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  1. Rob says:

    I would have joined you guys if I could’ve! I’m only at Granville and Dunsmuir!

  2. […] Media Day 2008. Tags: National Digital Media Day 2008, NDMD08 trackback As you can gather from Rebecca’s NDMD 08 – Gastown post, we had a great time at Salt Tasting Room. We got there only expecting to see Anthony Nicalo, but […]

  3. DaveO says:

    Tasty smoked meats, awesome wines and social media characters all in one place. Huzzah!

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