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Jun 12 2013

Learn About Blogging from Me and the Devil

Northern Voice starts Friday! Get your ticketsI’m presenting at the blogging and digital storytelling conference, Northern Voice. It’s happening in Vancouver over Friday and Saturday. I’ll present a Blogging 101 Q&A on Friday at 1:30 pm alongside the Devil (AKA Shane Birley, co-author of Blogging for Dummies). Sounds awesome, right?

Know what’s even more awesome? Getting into the conference with a special deal! Northern Voice is filling up those last ticket spots with a special promotion where you can get 10% off with the promo code “friendsofnv”

If you’re in my hood and pay any attention to this blog at all, I hope to see you Friday. Cheers!

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May 01 2013

To the People Who Don’t Hold the Elevator Door For Me

Published by under CityView,Vancouver

If I can see you, that means you can see me. You’re not fooling anyone.

I recently moved into a shared office space downtown. It’s awesome. Just getting used to office building etiquette.

Seriously, people. There’s an open-door button right there. It’s not hard to find…

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Apr 21 2013

Some Highlights of Fan Expo Vancouver

Published by under Creativity,Vancouver

Yes, I attended the biggest Comicon in the city, along with about 24,999 others this weekend. Some highlights from the nerd-fest:

Stan Lee answering a fan’s question about how DC comics influenced Marvel comics. “They influenced us a lot! We would read their comics and then do the opposite.” Continue Reading »

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Apr 04 2013

Morbid Mickey

Published by under MyLife,Vancouver

I like this place. They make good burritos. Hipster central in my neighbourhood.
budgie's burritos

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Dec 31 2012

A Meaningful Life. A Look Back at My 2012

Published by under blogging,Vancouver

It’s not who we are but what we do that defines us.
Rachel Dawes in Batman Begins

He was free, free in every way, free to behave like a fool or a machine, free to accept, free to refuse, free to equivocate; to marry, to give up the game, to drag this death weight about with him for years to come. He could do what he liked, no one had the right to advise him, there would be for him no Good or Evil unless he thought them into being.
L’âge de raison (The Age Of Reason) (1945)

I had a good year. A good year in a good life in a good time to be alive. Continue Reading »

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