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Convergence 2008 Digital Marketing and Communications Forum

Comments 5 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Just as soon as my social media dance card cleared up, I’ve been busy booking new events, getting involved in more media sponsorships and being sought out for speaking opportunities. My next speaking engagement will be on a panel at the end of the month during the Convergence conference. Cossette West invites you to attend […]

Wednesday Afternoon Link Fest: Warm Fuzzies Edition

Comments 5 by Rebecca Bollwitt

With fun and exciting things happening all around me it’s a wonder how I can get so down sometimes. There are people who struggle a lot more than I do in this life but everyone has their good days, their bad, and sometimes you just need to share some love and hope some of that […]

Vancouver Blogger Profile: Sarah Marchildon

Comments 8 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Continuing the Vancouver Blogger Profile series, that never really stops, I contacted Sarah as I had read her blog and heard such great things about her from Raul. She’s filled out the staple questions below and be sure to check out her blog for more of her writing. Who are you? Sarah Marchildon, lover of […]

WordCamp Gets Covered in the 24 Hours

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

This morning edition of the daily commuter paper, 24 Hours Vancouver, has local radio host and tech columnist Buzz Bishop giving the low down on the happenings at last week’s WordCamp. As he was not in attendance, he cited my live blog for more info and included a huge photo of Lisa’s “Your Ad Here” […]

Vancouver Net Tuesday NetSquared Live Blog

Comments 1 by Guest Author

Tonight’s live blog is being written and published by Raul of Hummingbird604.com (update your bookmarks!) “Widgets aren’t just little pieces of portable code. Widgets are about opening up your message to your supporters and the community. Widgets represent a shift towards using online tools, and online thinking, to connect with more people and build deeper […]

Vancouver History: Tidbits and Park Notes

Comments 5 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I just realized that my last few posts were pretty bullet-pointed so I apologize for this. The first Vancouver History: Oddities entry was well-received so here’s another. 51 years ago Vancouver’s first shopping mall, Oakridge Centre, opened its doors. We were out that way last week and it took me a minute to remember that […]