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Vancouver View Magazine


Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007 — 7:31pm PDT
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A while ago Buzz Bishop, local radio host [Z95], blogger [MacBlog], podcaster, techie writer [Cyberbuzz] and friend of Miss604.com asked to get my story about making the switch from PC to Mac. I’ve done several posts to express how much of a newbie I am with my Macbook [tag: mac vs pc] and Buzz decided […]

Vancouver View Magazine Article


Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007 — 8:55am PDT
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Vancouver View Magazine Article by Buzz Bishop – May 2007 Rebecca’s dad brought home her family’s first PC in 1989. “We played Spacewars and basked in the orange glow of the monitor,” she remembers. Over the next 18 years as she moved from MS-DOS to Windows3.1 to Windows 95 to Windows 98 to Windows XP […]

We Want The Cup, Surrey Delta Style


Saturday, April 28th, 2007 — 12:24pm PDT
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Thanks to Dave for tipping us off about this, the Go Canucks site has the BEST video of Game 7 jubilation around. Robson Street is for Pussies – Check out what the cops had to deal with at Scott Road & 72nd in Delta/Surrey First I have to say thank you to Rob for posting […]

Get Connected With The Crazy Canucks


Saturday, April 28th, 2007 — 11:03am PDT
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From print to TV [1][2] and now radio, this afternoon Dave, John and I will be on CKNW, talking about The Crazy Canucks and podcasting in general for their segment called Get Connected. Get Connected is the ultimate guide to getting your business connected with technology. Each week host Mike Agerbo and co-hosts AJ Vickery […]

The Crazy Canucks Episode #33 and #34


Friday, April 27th, 2007 — 7:18am PDT
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In Episode #33 we’re all on the line to discuss Game 7 and our thoughts going into game 1 of the Anaheim series (Dave, John, JJ, Alanah and me). Yesterday, we posted a special Episode #34 where Alanah interviewed Earl Sleek, Ducks blogger from the site: Battle of California. She also gets JJ’s thoughts after […]

NOW: No Opportunity Wasted


Thursday, April 26th, 2007 — 9:05am PDT
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If you’re a fan of the hit reality show, The Amazing Race like I am then you know about Phil Keoghan. For 11 seasons now he’s been leading teams all over the world, to over 70 countries, in massive adventure race – introducing us to the various cities, explaining tasks and greeting sweaty, stinky teams […]