Web 2.0 and The Letter â€œeâ€: The Interview In an exclusive e-mail exchange with our editors, the reclusive vowel talks about what heâ€™s been doing since the year 2000, his investment strategy, and his thoughts on whether weâ€™ve entered a new technology bubble. He joins us from his yacht just out
If you want to come to Barcamp Vancouver it’s important that you go over there and register now. We only have 23 spots (of 90) left. These last spots will fill fast. Please don’t make me try to squeeze you in at the end ’cause you’re too busy to just go put your name on Read More …
My buddy Bill is opening an awesome new shared Workspace for independant artists, geeks, and other creative entrepenerial types an awesome part of Vancouver. I’m a member and so are lots of other great peeps. Anyway, he’s holding a photo contest and giving away 10 free month long memberships. It’s a great idea and would Read More …
Flickr War Verb//slang Definition: 1. the act of war performed on flickr through posting of unfortunate pictures Usage: “If you post those pictures of me in my y-front underwear you’ll get Flickr warred beeyatch.”
Check out this quick interview with George from Flickr at the Vancouver International Digital Festival on Granville Island. I think if you absolutely forced me to pick a favorite Flickr peep…. I’d have to go with George. 🙂
I’ve completed my summer mix CD. Here’s the playlist. 001 – Sunshowers // MIA 002 – We Be Burnin’ // Sean Paul 003 – King Without A Crown // Matiyahu 004 – Love Lies Bleeding // The Black Tories 005 – Fear of Dying // Jack Off Jill 006 – Beautiful Stranger // Madonna 007 Read More …
KEXP Suggests – Cut Chemist! KEXP used a photo I took of Cut Chemist at SXSW on their blog. Cool.. thx guys. It was an awesome show. 🙂
Scout: Find your photographs in Flickr’s Explore
Webkinz – Second Life for kids I recently heard about a new childrenâ€™s toy known as â€˜Webkinzâ€™. This has to be one of the best (and most lucrative) ideas Iâ€™ve seen in a long time.
Geek Entertainment TV Sells Out To PodTech
Discollection My favorite new Vancouver vintage store.
Paralyzed Man Moves Computer Cursor With Thoughts A Paralyzed man using a new brain sensor has been able to move a computer cursor, open e-mail and control a robotic device simply by thinking about doing it, a team of scientists said on Wednesday.