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Reporting from the Massive Tech Show

Comments 10 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Massive Tech Show at the Vancouver Convention Centre is in full swing. If you can look past the three setups of Guitar Hero, the Dance Dance Revolution and the mechanical bull ride, it’s been pretty informative so far. Tech companies, network solutions and content management specialists are all represented with a few “green” companies […]

Vancouver's North Shore Mountains

Comments 12 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Okay technically, they are not in Vancouver but after posting some photos from Mount Seymour recently I was asked about the North Shore Mountains. The Lions fit in the middle somewhere, but those not from around here (or maybe even some locals) might not know just exactly where they are and what they’re called. Here’s […]

Vancouver Blogger Profile: Barbara Doduk

Comments 6 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Continuing the Vancouver Blogger Profile series of bloggers who don’t necessarily have to be from Vancouver, I contacted Barbara Doduk (Flickr) (Website) who has been publishing content online for the last decade and is responsible for numerous projects around the web. Barbara Doduk on Flickr Barbara first came on my radar a few years ago […]

Friday Morning Link Fest: Snow in March Edition

Comments 5 by Rebecca Bollwitt

A dozen blog posts in a week including a handful of my link fests is not too shabby considering I could simply blog about the crazy weather in Vancouver – cause people always like to talk about the weather. Lauren is the big winner of the concert tickets to see The Submarines with Bellx1 tomorrow […]

Bionic Hollow Tree for Stanley Park

Comments 14 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Hollow Tree in Stanley Park is a tourist favourite. On the West side of Stanley Park Drive, it’s a frequent stopping zone and photo op. During the storms of 2006, the tree was weakened beyond already being hollow at the base, and the Parks Board would now like to spend $200,000 to restore it. […]