Yes, this is still totally a Link Fest I just felt like having some fun, in the sun, on a Friday afternoon because what could be better? Oh yes, it’s not quite the weekend but it’s so close I can taste the margaritas. I was invited to Vancouver’s first ever Twitter meetup which took place […]
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The sounds of summer usually include the splashing of swimmers at the beach, the repetitive midi tune of the ice cream man’s truck, and the sound of your neighbour mowing the lawn. It may however be a little-known fact that gas-powered lawn mowers are serious environmental offenders. A gasoline-powered lawnmower run for an hour puts […]
There are a lot of award sites on the internet, but when it comes to the most trusted and widespread nothing comes close to the Webby Awards, which are handed out annually with winners hand-picked by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. The most engaging part for the common internet user is the […]
I wrote this post by request (although it was my pleasure) for the happy frog and EPIC expo blogs The man behind the crusade for the honest homeowner is Mike Holmes, and he’ll be on the main stage at the EPIC Sustainable Living Expo this Saturday. For the last seven seasons I’ve tuned into HGTV‘s […]
The following contribution to the Park Series is by Gus of GusDigital.com. George Wainborn Park View Larger Map I was asked by Rebecca on Twitter the other day if I would like to write about a park in Vancouver that I visit regularly as a guest blogger. As Iâ€™m familiar with a few in my […]
The April meetup for Vancouver’s Third Tuesday group will be taking place at 7:00pm at the Network Hub (422 Richards Street 3rd floor) – the video below explains. (the music looping in the background is from a song by Boston-area singer/songwriter Phil Ayoub). The live blog will begin in just a few hours at this […]