Matthew Good Accused of Virtual Assault And Hate-Filled-Blogging By David Gratton Today I was accused of virtual assault by David Gratton, the owner of a local web company here in Vancouver and the employer of my ex-wife. I was alerted to the entry by way of our site?s incoming links feature this morning and went Read More …
ChangeEverything One Change at a Time Act locally, think globally. That’s one of the premises behind Bryght VPS site, ChangeEverything.ca. Community members on ChangeEverything.ca submit "changes" no matter how large or how small and the community works together to help accomplish those goals
Social Design for the Web: Moo Cards are the Most I introduced myself to a friendly woman with a British accent at the CommunityNext conference in Palo Alto and learned that she was from a company call ?Moo? that makes mini business cards. She quickly produced a white box of cards and since that time
Cityphile Izabella Egan Izabella Egan is Masters Graduate of Sotheby’s in London, the gallery manager at the Monte Clark Gallery, the founder of the (International) Contemporary Collectors Club and – what, you want more? – art aficionado extraordinare. In short, she has her fing
You Can’t Build Community with a Carrot I feel like these contests are a reflection of the idea that building community has shortcuts ?like you can build any community you want if you have a sexy enough carrot.
Best Album of the Year: Neon Bible I’m calling this one now: The Arcade Fire have released the best album to come out in the past year. Neon Bible is simply a great, great collection of eclectic, catchy, simple, complex, hooky, unique, fun, serious, and perfect songs
Hot Canadian Bands Cruisin’ Canadian Stages So it?s no surpirse to most that Canada is jam-packed with some uber, amazing bands and talent? and to highlight a few, just check out this list of bands hittin? the stages of Vancouver over the next month? and most of these are on tour across the
Introducing Flickr Filters One of the best things about Flickr is that our membership is made up of people from so many places and diverse backgrounds. It’s important to us that everyone feel comfortable, despite vastly different cultural and personal comfort levels. What I like, y
Guide to the GSoC Web App for Student Applicants – Google Summer of Code Announce Looking for something fun to do this summer? All college and university students around the world are invited to apply to get paid $4,500 USD to work on your favorite open source project this summer.
Six cool things you can build with OpenID Apart from explaining what OpenID is and how it works, the key point I was trying to get across in the talk was that OpenID is a simple piece of infrastructure on which smart applications can be built?applications that may not have been possible prior t
WikiCharts â€” Top 100 This tool shows the articles from the English Wikipedia that are viewed most.
WikiCharts ? Top 100 This tool shows the articles from the English Wikipedia that are viewed most.