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Facebook Awards: Best of the West Nominees

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This past fall, I was the official live blogger for Vancouver’s first Facebook Developer (and Design) Garage and I’ll be back again for an upcoming event later this month which will feature the Facebook Awards. The first ever Facebook Awards: Best of the West, brought to us by some great sponsors, will feature applications that […]

Punk History Vancouver: Bev Davies Calendar

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The other day Keira and I headed over to the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood of Vancouver for a mini-adventure. My main focus was the JEM Gallery, so I could pick up Bev Davies‘ Punk Rock Calendar. I added the © Bev Davies” over these photos – you’ll have to buy the calendar to see the rest. […]

Super Skills Saturday

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Watching Team Canada win gold I completely forgot to blog about the Canucks Super Skills as it’s a great, cheap and fun activity that happens every year at GM Place. Our favourite players take to the ice in a competition of speed and accuracy. It’s always a low-dough event and extremely fun for the kiddies. […]

Northern Voice 2008: Schedule Released

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Northern Voice, BC’s premiere blogging, podcasting and everything internet information conference is just over a month away and registration is in full swing. They recently released the set schedule for Saturday (Friday will be the unconference-style MooseCamp) and my panel will be presenting in the 2:15pm – 2:55pm time slot. Here’s some more information about […]

happyfrog Testing Team: Lark 8th Ave

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As a part of the happyfrog Testing Team I’ve had some cash at my disposal to go ahead and spend at local businesses or on local products. I came across a super neat handbag in a magazine a few days ago and although the bags aren’t handmade in BC (they’re from NYC) the store in […]

Miss604 Poll: New Years Eve in Vancouver

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I’ve heard from some people that actual New Yorkers don’t ever venture into Times Square, that it’s more of a touristy thing. Regardless, this year they have the usual party in the street, a new LED ball, interactive messages that you can text to the big screens above, and you can even go to this […]