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Job: Communications Assistant, Vancity Community Foundation

May 11, 2012

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This one is Vangroover based and came to me via a FB link from Irwin Oostindie at W2, but it’s on their website too: We’re looking for a Communications Assistant (deadline May 24) Job Posting: Communications Assistant, Demonstrating Value (Vancity Community Foundation) Position Description The Demonstrating Value program at Vancity Community Foundation seeks a Communications Assistant […]

Job: Digital Reporter at the Daily What

December 21, 2011

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Got this one off Tumblr (obviously). It’s not just reporting, but photoshopping too, so if you have a digital quiver full of skillz, bring them all and may the best meme-sniffer win. PSA of the Day: Hey! You! The one in the back with the exceptional communication and organizational skills. Yes, you. Wanna write for The Daily […]

Internet Uncut: Cameron Bode of Occupy Vancouver

November 25, 2011

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If you had to design an environment that would make livestreaming difficult, would it not feature these traits: impermanent mobile intermittent access to power zero access to ambient wifi random, donated equipment only outdoors in freezing rain during an extreme wind warning in winter Thought so. Welcome to Occupy Vancouver, and the second in our […]

Goodbye, Steve Jobs

October 5, 2011

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Goodbye, Steve Jobs. Say hello to George Harrison for me. The collective outpouring of grief about Steve Jobs says it all: a man who found the link between our tech and our hearts. — AlexandraSamuel.com (@awsamuel) October 5, 2011 He gave us more than just personal computers. He gave us wings. Apple’s statement: If you […]

Beer ‘n Blogs October 21

September 30, 2011

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Yep, that’s all she wrote, “she” being Allison Markin, digital doyenne of the Okanagan. And what am I writing, besides this blog post? I’m writing my notes for the two workshops I’ll be leading: Internet Drama for Fun and Profit and the less amusing but also far less likely to end in a plaintive midnight […]

Social Media Life Lessons: Ghost of a Chance at Authenticity

September 22, 2011

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You know, if you know anything about raincoaster media, that we’re all about the authenticity. In fact, that’s the Royal We I used right there, just for accuracy’s sake. We do social media strategy and social media training, but when it comes to putting out the tweets, making the posts, sharing the thoughts, and dealing […]

Social Media Workshops in Yellowknife September 14-15

September 9, 2011

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Hello, Yellowknife! Finally, after far too long being distracted by shiny objects, I’ve settled down and organized a couple of half-day workshops. Both workshops will be presented at the Aurora Conference Centre, 4909 51st Avenue in Yellowknife. The first of them is Social Media for Campaigns, which really should have been done two weeks ago, […]

New Social Media Workshops: Blogging for Beginners, Twitter 101 and Twitter 202

June 4, 2011

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Here are the newest social media workshops from raincoaster media. All of these workshops are taught online via Skype, so all you need is your own computer, a stable internet connection, a headset with a mic, and a Skype account. This will be the last round of workshops before I toss the laptop into a […]

Courting Controversy in comic form!

May 14, 2011

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Noise to Signal Cartoon Intrepid social media cartooniste extraordinaire Rob Cottingham (seriously, that toothpaste guy isn’t in it) attended the Courting Controversy: Dancing with the Devil panel at the Northern Voice blogging conference, and what you see above is the result. Pretty spiffy note-taking if you axe me. The panel was moderated by Rebecca Coleman […]

Look Out, Here Comes Tomorrow!

May 3, 2011

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You may have noticed the new look chez raincoaster media today. Time to move into the 21st Century with a fresh look, methinks. We’re trying out some new themes, so let us know what you think of them in the comments. This is Inuit Types: It gets away from the linear, rather dated-looking, bloggy format […]

1984 2.0

April 30, 2011

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Just a little inSecurity reminder. Once upon a time, if Google wanted to know what you were looking at online, it had to coax you to install the Google toolbar. Now they just have to talk you into using Chrome instead of Firefox (which, given the quality of recent Firefox upgrades, isn’t all that much […]