Tag Archives: Blogathon 2009 – Vancouver Public Space Network

Blogathon 2009: Public Art: printed, pasted pastiche

This blog post is part of Blogathon 2009, in which I am blogging for 24 hours straight in order to raise money for the Vancouver Public Space Network, an entirely volunteer-run organization who do advocacy and education on the public realm in my home of Vancouver, British Columbia. Please consider supporting by sponsoring me with […]

Blogathon 2009 – On politics and being political

Touching bases on my feelings around deliberate political action in the push for social change.

Blogathon 2009 – Buying, Eating and Living Local: The Home Grown Grocer

I often say that I’m not very good at community, but from what I hear, it might look something like the story of this store. Deb’s business card for The Home Grow-In Grocer states, “We spcialize in only Natural / Organic / Local products of British Columbia.”

Blogathon 2009 – Check-in to the Vancouver Brightkite Meetup on Tuesday, July 28th

The first) (of hopefully many) Vancouver Brightkite Users Meetup is taking place on Tuesday, July 28th, 2009.

Blogathon 2009 – Unintended Uses: Bike Polo (!) (?) at Sunset Beach

We’d heard rumours, but never actually seen people playing bike polo. Bike polo! We passed by them at Sunset Beach one day.

Blogathon 2009 – Canadian Centre for Architecture, and What You Can Do With the City

When I was in Montreal at the beginning of the month, I had the good fortune to visit the Canadian Centre for Architecture, on Canada Day. I wish I had been there for their previous exhibit, What You Can Do With The City.

Blogathon 2009 – Tools of the Trade

Blogathon starts in 7 hours! I’m happy to say I have a third sponsor from one of my friends in high school. Thanks so much, you know who you are (and that you’re unspeakably awesome)! Please consider sponsoring or lending support to my cause, the Vancouver Public Space Network! Blogging for 24 hours straight, once […]

Participating in Blogathon 2009 on Saturday, July 25th

It’s now official — as of yesterday evening, this blog is registered to participate in Blogathon 2009, a distributed, simultaneous fundraiser for a huge number of charities from all over the place. As you may or may not be able to discern from the name, a Blogathon is similar in spirit to a walkathon. Starting […]