Archive for March, 2010

SXSWi 2010 Recap

It’s been a few weeks since I got back from Texas and I’ve finally had a chance to put into words my experiences at this year’s annual ‘geek summer camp’. […]

I’m back for the Paralympics

I got back from Austin on Wednesday and then Thursday morning, I picked up my media badge for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Paralympic games and dove right back in. Except […]

i-gotU GT-600 USB GPS Travel & Sports Logger

Just before the Olympics started, I was given a new GPS gadget to play with, called the i-gotU GT-600 USB GPS Travel & Sports Logger. Since I was planning on […]

Motorola Milestone (aka Droid) first impressions

I was given the chance to play around with Motorola’s latest Google powered Android phone, the Milestone (aka the Droid in the US). I’ve only had it for a few […]

The Flying Canucks

This weekend I had the chance to check out the Flying Canucks…they aren’t hockey players, but they are amazing athletes who use trampolines to entertain people. The team is comprised […]

It’s Over

After three weeks, over 17,000 photos and hours of video, the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics are done. It feels strange to see the city slowly transform itself back to the […]

Rings of Memories [Photo Collage]

One of the cool things about creating so much content during the Olympic Games is that you can make stuff with it… Make sure you view the full size image. […]

My 2010 Games Highlight Reel

I managed to shoot over 17,000 photos and hours of video during the three weeks I was covering the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Whistler, Cypress and even Whitehorse, Yukon […]

Royal Canadian Mint Pavilion

Easily one of the busiest pavilions, the Royal Canadian Mint had fantastic crowds of people for one simple reason: they let you touch the medals! A coworker waited 9 hours […]

Sochi World 2014

Science World was transformed into Sochi World to present Russia’s host city for the next Winter Olympics after Vancouver in 2014. I have to say, it was a pretty wild […]