I saw a link to this pop through on Twitter this morning so I thought it was worth its own post. I’m asked on a daily basis about Twitter and its benefits and some people pretty much have the same comments as Jon Stewart here in this clip where he talks about Twitter with Samantha […]
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Last week the Vancouver startup and tech scene met for the 6th Launch Party over at the Uber Lounge at The Landing and Steamworks. Kudos to the organizers for using this great space, there was room to move, check out the demos, grab tasty canapes as they passed by, and chat with many interesting attendees. […]
I had the chance to catch a screening of RiP: A Remix Manifesto this morning and will have a full review posted prior to its March 20th theatrical release date. For now, visit the website, read the blog, add them on Twitter and preview this trailer, featuring Lawrence Lessig (founder of Creative Commons), Cory Doctorow, […]
I’m always hesitant to grant permission to aggregator sites to redistribute my content, I mean I license my entire site under a Creative Commons License although sometimes those “attribution” or “non-commercial” bits get lost in the shuffle. One thing I never did was republish my content on Facebook as well, knowing that they would probably […]
After a trip to Canadian Tire last week to pick up some big plastic storage bins we decided to start purging and sorting out clutter from the apartment today. As I was going through old boxes I found a plethora of old computer parts, CD’s, VHS recordings of old TV shows and various other goodies. […]
In June of 2008 I stopped by Subeez on Smithe to check out a breakfast event with Jeff Pulver. I didn’t know what to expect aside from a hot meal and “real time tagging” (in true social media meetup form) however I ended up walking away with a whole lot more. “Jeff Pulver is the […]