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Keynote Speech at WordCamp Ottawa: WordPress for Revolutionaries!

July 4, 2017


WordPress for Revolutionaries! An ambitious title, an ambitious talk, for my inaugural keynote speech! I’ve given a variation of this talk at BIL Vancouver previously, but since they only allowed ten minutes for your talk, this one is going to be a bit more expansive, including talking about various types of revolution: its not just […]

Victoria Blogger Expo coming up!

May 5, 2011


You’d think, since Vancouver is so much bigger than Victoria, that its digital infrastructure and culture would be much more advanced, more strongly networked, more robust, and more supportive. You’d be wrong. What happens in Vancouver digital culture is the same thing that happens in Vancouver non-digital culture: groups split up and form into silos, […]

New Workshops, New Discount for WordCamp Victoria

January 22, 2011


Yes, I finally got the new class schedule up at the Workshops page and on our Google calendar; we’ve a raft of old favorites and some brand new classes coming up starting March 2nd, so check it out. Some are online, some are taught in Downtown Vancouver (only registered students get to learn the Secret […]

Social Media 101 at Social Media Camp Victoria

October 17, 2010


This is video of my talk on Social Media 101 at, yes, Social Media Camp Victoria, which was brilliantly organized by ideazone and BWestInteractive and I’m not just saying that because they were smart enough to invite me! Although it counts, right? So here is the video, taken by BChannelNews, and constitutes, as well as […]

WordCamp 101

May 18, 2010


Image via CrunchBase This is just some quick notes on what to expect at a WordCamp, repurposed from a comment I made in the support forums here at I’ve taught at a few WordCamps, and had to turn down a few because of that whole “border” thingy (where IS this New World Order when […]

Comments and Community Management: A raincoastermedia Workshop at WordCamp Victoria

April 7, 2010


Image by Kjirstin via Flickr Yes, I’m teaching at WordCamp Victoria again, May 15th. I love Victoria, and it’s an easy day trip from Vancouver; moreso for us carless ones now that the Canada Line connects with the bus out to the ferry terminal. I’m really looking forward to this and to spending another day […]