Archive of posts tagged "links"

Monday Morning Link Fest: Welcome to Movember

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I’ve been fairly disconnected all weekend, mostly by choice but partly due to the fact that John and I were in need of some downtime. To get us all caught up on news happenings since Halloween Friday, here’s a news fest: “Movember: (the month formerly known as November) is a moustache growing charity event held […]

Community Events October and November 2008

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Usually I promote upcoming meetups and unconferences that circle around social media however a large part of my audience is not involved with blogging (and isn’t concerned with whether it is dead or not). I’m thankful for all of my readers who find my site through Google or other sites (or even my mom). I […]

Monday Link Fest: News Blast

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

After a 4-5 hour long live blog of Interesting Vancouver the other night I pretty much decided to disconnect for the weekend (save a few posts that were preset to publish on the site). Now that I’m back in touch with the world, here’s what I’ve discovered: Twitter can be used for terrorism! Much like […]

Fashion, Facials and Photography for a Cure

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Quick mini link fest post with some items of interest for the ladies (and the gents too). Local fashion designer Nicole Bridger has just launched online shopping for her collections. “We use fabrics that are from natural and renewable resources. We consider the impact that we have on the earth and do what we can […]

Family Halloween Events Vancouver 2008

Comments 7 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Do you ever get paranoid when you’re blogging out of a coffee shop and think that people walking by you may read your screen and judge you based on what they see? I got a few looks from “Adult Halloween Fun” this morning so I changed the title of the post slightly. Here’s a list […]

Wednesday Morning Conservative Link Fest

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Last night I probably did the most Twittering I’ve done in a few months while watching and tracking election coverage. The dust has settled this morning (well for some, since our voter turnout was a record low) and while we all try to adjust to our new same minority government, here’s a tasty link fest […]