Have I mentioned before that our pal Dave Olson is awesome? He’s here to talk about how Art Makes the Future. History may have been forged by popes and generals but the only reason we KNOW about it is because someone took the time to write and paint about it. Update: “If you’re going to […]
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Even though the wifi is chugging along today, and Flickr is jammed up like the Port Mann bridge at rush hour, here we are in the session. James Sherrett of AdHack is leading, “Is Advertising Killing Blogging“. Update: Starting off with full-on participation from the audience, getting some views about advertising. Do you have ads? […]
As everyone slowly trickles in the auditorium for day two and the official ‘conference’ portion of Northern Voice, we prepare for another day of social media geekery. This morning starts with a keynote from Matt Mullenweg, otherwise known as the father of WordPress and much more. Once again I’ll be semi-live blogging throughout the day, […]
I’ve been blogging all day but between the interesting and dynamic sessions, the nanaimo bars, and meeting some really cool down to earth people I’m spent. There are a couple parties going on tonight all around town but I’ll be staying in since tomorrow’s another big day (starting with an intro at 9:15am). We’ll be […]
I’ve left room 1003 (missing out on the upcoming Wiki 101, Liveblog 101 – ironically, and Tagging 101). Instead I’m in room 1001 for PhotoCamp. Admittedly the only camera I have on my is on my iPhone but a couple people I know will be leading mini-sessions within PhotoCamp and I know they’ve got some […]
Welcome to Northern Voice! I’m here in room 1003 where Internet Bootcamp (all the “101” tracks) will be taking place throughout the day. Outside is Moosecamp where anyone can present a topic about anything that gets voted in. I’ll be updating the wiki when the Moosecamp sessions are all set but for now, if you’re […]