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Tea Party On, Dudes!

September 22, 2010

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Image via Wikipedia I can’t resist a tea party. Unfortunately, I’ll HAVE to miss this one, as I’m going to be out of town. Still, the least I can do is post it (even though it goes against my “I’m not event blogging anymore” self-imposed rule; still nobody asked me to do it, so at […]

Meet the Geek this Tuesday

September 18, 2010

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Busy Tuesday night? Oh come on, who are you kidding? IT’S A TUESDAY NIGHT! Well, don’t worry; you won’t be stuck at home watching reruns and feeling like a minor character in a Cathy Comic: we’ve got a fabulous Meet the Geek dinner for you! You’ll help raise money for a worthy cause: With Glowing […]

Volunteer Web Geek Wanted: Sun Yat-Sen Garden

September 10, 2010

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This came out on Twitter. I know several people who’ve worked at the garden, and they all enjoyed it a great deal. It’s a very special place in Chinatown: Position: Website / Usability Consultant Organization: Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden Mission Statement: We are a classical Chinese garden, providing unique cultural experiences for visitors […]

Social Media for NonProfits Slides

August 18, 2010

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Those who’ve been following along on the Workshops page or the GCalendar will know that our Social Media for NonProfits course is co-taught with me and Wesley Regan of Building Opportunities With Business. Wes is the nonprofit communications specialist and I’m the social media specialist, so it works out to be a very well-rounded presentation […]

Mobile Media Mavens Manage Mass Meeting!

August 3, 2010

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Which is a nice, I-went-to-University-you-know way to say that this Thursday the Social Media Club of Vancouver and Nokia Canada are collaborating to produce an outdoor digital scavenger hunt in gorgeous and transit-handy Trout Lake Park. The deets: 6-9pm Thursday, August 5th Meet at Trout Lake Beach and prepare to perambulate. This is a participatory […]

Car Free Day on Main

June 18, 2010

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This Sunday is Car Free Day on Main Street (among other venues), right from 16th to 33rd, hipster central. ION magazine is going to be there with some swag from the short-run ION Pop Shop they had at Hastings and Carrall during the Olympics. Here’s the announcement: Unless you have been living under a rock […]

Social Media for Non-Profits, the Shebeen Club April Meeting

April 22, 2010

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Copied from over at the Shebeen Club blog, because it only just now occurred to me that it’s relevant here. Duh. Come one, come all to the On The Edge gastropub and enjoy a different menu and venue for only the second time in our history! Who: The Shebeen Club and Wesley Regan What: Social […]

Philosopher’s Art Cafe

March 31, 2010

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Image via Wikipedia Better start this with a Full Disclosure notice: Linda is a friend of mine. She’s also a seriously awesome catalyst for creativity, and her events are exactly as amazing as you have the courage to let them be. So I’m stoked for this: Philosophers Art CafĂ© Co-sponsored by Simon Fraser University, Artists […]

Orange Day tweetup: squeeze the day!

March 29, 2010

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Got this the long way: Facebook via website and website via Twitter DM: Tweetup at Chill Winston tonight at 6pm to support  Union Gospel Mission’s Orange Day, April 2nd. On April 2, over 3,000 people in need across Metro Vancouver will enjoy a delicious Easter Dinner at UGM, and every one will receive a fresh […]

Social Media Club Vancouver’s First Event: Olympic Lessons!

March 10, 2010

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Who: The Social Media Club of Vancouver in partnership with the Vancouver Blogger’s Meetup What: Olympic Lessons: a panel discussion of social and antisocial media lessons from the Olympics When: 7pm Thursday, March 18th Where: BOB Coworking Space, 163 East Pender Street, ground floor Why: To review expectations vs outcomes in the context of social […]

Announcing the Real Vancouver Writers’ Series Lineup for Tonight

February 10, 2010

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Yes, this is cross-posted from the Shebeen Club, but you need to read it both places so my blogs don’t feel all neglected-like. The Shebeen Club is a media sponsor of the Real Vancouver Writers’ Series, so we’re spreading the word as widely as we can. And yes, that’s the Royal We. Tonight W2 comes […]