Archive for the category "geeky"

5 Must Have Travel Tech Accessories

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Disclosure: Review — Views and opinions are my own. This is not a paid post. I received sample/review products from LOGiiX™.  Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

Holiday season is coming up and that means so is holiday travel, whether you’re heading to visit family, or to escape the Vancouver rain in a far away – and warm – tropical land. Travel is something I am very familiar with, having visited 16 different airports so far this year, I work hard and […]

Best Buy Smart Home Solutions at the Vancouver Home and Design Show

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It’s so nice to come home to a warm, illuminated house on a cold and dark autumn day. Ever since John and I purchased smart home technology at Best Buy last Christmas we’ve been loving these automated comforts. Lights that turn on when it gets dark out, and a learning thermostat that knows when we’ll […]

5 Ways to Totally Geek Out in Vancouver

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“Science isn’t just for the nerdy!” Elizabeth Hand, Digital Engagement Specialist at Science World assured a group of about 30 social media producers last week. We had all gathered for the ultimate Vancouver science field trip, which began (appropriately) at Science World. Boxed lunches, lectures, and learning that was fun — it was the best […]

Be Like Ada: Interview with Anna Stukas

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On July 19th, Be Like Ada will host hundreds of high school girls for a full day coding bootcamp in Vancouver. The girls will spend a day learning the basics of coding and the elements of code fundamentals for any programming language. Registration is still open and to promote this amazing opportunity I had a […]

Be Like Ada Coding Bootcamp for High School Girls

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On July 19th, Be Like Ada will host 500 high school girls for a full day coding bootcamp. The girls will spend a day learning the basics of coding and the elements of code fundamentals for any programming language. Be Like Ada (named after Ada Lovelace, the founder of scientific computing) is for girls new […]

Vancouver Websites Years Ago

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There are many milestones being celebrated in Vancouver this year. We have the 40th anniversary of the Whitecaps, the 25th anniversary of Bard on the Beach, The Arts Club’s 50th anniversary, the 50th anniversary of the Stanley Park Train, and several more. Many of these organizations and businesses have also been online for a long […]