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Thursday Morning Link Fest: Spreading the Love

Thursday, December 6th, 2007 — 8:52am PDT
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Last night I attended Launch Party Vancouver (with a Twiist). It started off as a little cluster of folks at the demo tables huddling around laptops but it soon turned into a pretty fantastic event. I will have a full write-up at some point today. In the meantime, here’s what’s happening in Vancouver and around […]

happyfrog: frogblog Testing Team

Wednesday, December 5th, 2007 — 11:18am PDT
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On a grey and rainy afternoon, the lovely Ms. Keira-Anne and I met up with DaveO at a steamy-windowed organic coffee shop. DaveO (the blogger, podcaster and social media evangelist) had a special mission just for us, and we were more than willing to accept. I swear the $100 cheque only had a little bit […]

Vancouver 2010 Store Opens, Mukmuk MIA

Tuesday, December 4th, 2007 — 2:16pm PDT
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Vancouver’s 2010 Olympics have a couple mascots, three to be precise. They’re all warm, fuzzy little creatures that are starting annoy the heck outta some people already. Since they’re pretty much developed for merchandising and marketing purposes I can see why they did the following: They made them all pretty easy for kids to draw. […]

Stanley Park Sea Wall Closed Again

Monday, December 3rd, 2007 — 3:54pm PDT
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Did I not say somewhere that the sea wall still looked pretty sketchy and it didn’t seem like it was ready to re-open? What a crappy “I told you so” moment, the sea wall is closed again. Heavy snow yesterday and rainfall today has resulted in another closure of the Stanley Park Seawall. Park Board […]

Miss604's Blogiversary Contest

Monday, December 3rd, 2007 — 7:30am PDT
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BLOG or Facebook POST about and you could WIN: TWO tickets to see the Vancouver Giants in action and TWO full-day passes (including rental) for Mount Seymour this season.

Snow Day in Vancouver

Sunday, December 2nd, 2007 — 4:41pm PDT
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It’s the second of December, there’s Christmas trees up everywhere you look (staring politically correctness in the face) and Metro Vancouver is covered in snow. When we were in Iowa last week we swore up and down, “no, it doesn’t snow like this at home.” We were wrong apparently. Our snow was not only shaken […]