If you’ve ever Googled aimlessly in search of a local blog, be it for Vancouver or Nairobi, there is now a one-stop-shop available over at Placeblogger. A placeblog is an act of sustained attention to a particular place over time. It can be done by one person, a defined group of people, or in a […]
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The appeal of the heinously overpriced Rockefeller Centre Ice Rink [wiki] is not just to those who like to ice skate. It’s the experience and just being able to say you did it, like all those people you see in the movies falling in love amidst the twinkle of falling snowflakes. Little do some know, […]
I usually post a little excerpt here from the Return of the Racers’ Blog on the official Amazing Race site. The blurb this week is rather exciting (not meaning to toot our own horn or anything but it’s pretty freaking cool!) Chip A. 11/24/06 2:55pm From Gus, Canada Comment: â€œHey Chip, Feel free to stop […]
Northern Voice (aka Moose Camp) is ready and set for February 23 & 24 2007. Darren Barefoot made the registration announcement today and would like some input from all those in the blogging community – especially all the fine folks who wish to attend this “learning party”: Registration is officially open! Two days of conference […]
Vancouverites complain about transit [mbv]. Bus drivers being rude, overcrowding, trolley buses falling off their overhead rails, and that ain’t the half of it. But when I think about taking the #5 (Robson) or #6 (Davie) downtown I think about how spoiled we are compared to every other transit-taker. Recently, the federal government has dumped […]