All posts tagged Social Media

Flipboard for iPad

A new iPad application, called Flipboard, was released last night amid much fanfare from a number of prominent folks on Twitter (Robert Scoble is who introduced it to me). After […]

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’. […]

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 […]

Do cool kids leave when the suits arrive? [SXSWi Preview]

Tonight, Chris Heuer and I recorded a brief podcast as part of the lead up to our SXSWi Core Conversation, called “Do cool kids leave when the suits arrive?”. It’s […]

Fin whale hit by cruise ship

Yesterday, while hanging out with the bloggers as part of Blogathon, we heard that a cruise ship docked nearby had a hit a baby whale while at sea. Crews had […]

My 2010 SXSWi Panel Submission

This year I decided (at practically the last minute) to submit a panel idea for SXSW Interactive 2010 that will be held in March next year. Regular viewers of this […]

Wantsa launches more than just a boat

Earlier this week, I had the priviledge of being invited to attend a boat cruise to help introduce Wantsa to the local social media scene. They’ve been pretty quiet about […]

Twitter client for the Nintendo DS

I recently traded in my Nintendo DS Lite and some old games for a (basically free) Nintendo DSi so I’ve been playing around with it a fair bit lately (especially […]

Northern Voice 2009 Wrapup

What an epic weekend! So much going on surrounding the best little conference ever, Northern Voice. As usual, I’ll try to detail my experiences with photos and video I shot: […]

Vancouver Twestival 2009

Last night was the first Twestival in Vancouver, part of a global fundraising project bringing together people on Twitter in support of charity:water. Met a ton of people in real […]