Archive for October, 2008

Wednesday Morning Conservative Link Fest

Comments 10 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Last night I probably did the most Twittering I’ve done in a few months while watching and tracking election coverage. The dust has settled this morning (well for some, since our voter turnout was a record low) and while we all try to adjust to our new same minority government, here’s a tasty link fest […]

Online Fundraising for Social Change at Net Tuesday

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Unfortunately I will not be in attendance tonight for the monthly Net Squared / Net Tuesday event so I won’t be able to provide a live blog. However, the subject matter is of such importance that I must share some of the details regardless.

New MacBook and MacBook Pro from Apple

Comments 13 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I’ve had my MacBook since early 2007 and although switching wasn’t easy (for someone who grew up on Microsoft… and who doesn’t do well with change) I shut down my Frankenbox PC that very day and it hasn’t been fired up since. Today Apple announced their new 13 inch MacBook and 15 inch MacBook Pro, […]

Voting in Vancouver

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

It’s the first of three times I’ll be hitting the polls this fall and even though I didn’t receive my voter card, I called to make sure a) I’m registered b) I know where I need to go. In case you’re looking to find out where to go, what you need to bring to vote […]

Vancouver Blogger Profile: Stephen Rees

Comments 6 by Rebecca Bollwitt

My 23rd blogger profile in the series features Stephen Rees – who is much more than a transit and eco-blogger. He’s someone that I would suggest everyone in the region (not just Vancouver) put on their list of regular reads. Photo credit: Stephen Rees on Flickr Who are you? I am a 59 year old […]