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IKON Russian Vodka Taste Test

Comments 10 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Last month I was one of three judges in the Grey Goose Vodka Arbiter of Cool mixology contest. After writing two posts about the event I was contacted by a different vodka company that asked if I would like to sample their product. Who was I to pass up an opportunity to use the martini […]

WordCamp at BarCamp 2008: Your Input Needed

Comments 10 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Duane Storey on Flickr BarCamp Vancouver is fast-approaching and while organizers have set the dates and locations (September 25th on Granville Island), Duane and I need your input with regards to the WordCamp programme. This WordPress specific track will be all about, you guessed it, WordPress – the world’s number on blogging platform. WordCamp @ […]

Vancouver Restaurant Directories

Comments 10 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Living in this regions means that you can probably walk out your door to find a place to eat dinner and have your choice of sushi, curry, pad thai, burgers or yam fries. However when you don’t have a favourite eatery or are looking for something new, where do […]

HockeyStars Blog is Now Live

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Not only can you find some posts I’ve written on Techvibes and E!Online, but I’ve now added amateur hockey to my portfolio. Last month HockeyStars was launched, with a focus on minor hockey in Canada they offer games, money solutions for teams, and an online community for teams. HockeyStars.com is a website devoted to the […]

Social Media for Change: Team Diabetes, Run in Fun Places and Raise Funds for a Good Cause

Comments 7 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Gold Coast, Easter Island, Prague, Dublin and Honolulu; these are all locations of the Team Diabetes marathons, which aim to raise money for the Canadian Diabetes Association. I went to high school with Candice Chamberland and although it had been ten years since we last spoke she came back on my radar through Facebook […]

Social Media for Change: NDMD and Project Tunisia

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September 25th is National Digital Media Day in Canada and all those involved with digital photography, podcasting, online video, blogging and the likes are encouraged to post content throughout this 24 hour period of celebration and awareness for the medium. As one of the national blog leads, I’ve been plotting a cross-region blogging campaign, where […]