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 […]
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Tonight at 6:00pm about 200 people will be gathering at The Cellar for food, drinks, supporting the Food Bank, and celebrating the efforts of all those who contribute online in Metro Vancouver. Here’s a quick rundown of what to expect today for the Best of 604. Doors are at 6:00pm and admission is by monetary […]
The CES (Consumer Electronic Show) is the world’s largest consumer technology trade show and it happens every year in Las Vegas. As a part of CES there will be some love for new media during the Social Media Jungle, organized by Jeff Pulver, and I have been invited as a speaker. The Social Media Jungle […]
In case you needed another ballot to fill out this season, I have been nominated as one of Canada’s most influential women in social media. Weâ€™ll announce the Top 3 winners shortly after that based on a combination of the following: * PostRankâ€™s Engagement analysis tool, PostRank will run a report based on each entrantâ€™s […]
Update January 2009: Stewart Butterfield, founder of Flickr, will be this year’s keynote speaker! Update January 2009: The schedule has been released. I’m honored to be speaking not only once on a panel, but twice. After diligently liveblogging the conference for two years (including Dave’s infamous talk), being a panelist, presenter, wrangler, wiki editor and […]
There are 15 speakers in the room this evening for Interesting Vancouver at the Vancouver Rowing Club, all from diverse and unique backgrounds and each with something interesting to say. I’m sitting here looking up at the Rowing Club’s Roll of Honor for men who gave their lives for their country in from 1914-1918. Upon […]