Tag Archives: open web

Northern Voice 2010 — Location, mysteries, and making visible

…and 48 hours later, Northern Voice for 2010 is a wrap. Thanks to the hard work of all the organizers, who pulled off an incredible conference once again. This was my first year as a non-Moosecamp speaker. It was also the it was held not during reading week (owing to the Vancouver Olympics) and in […]

Attending (and recording at) Open Web Vancouver on June 11th and 12th

Unexpectedly but delightfully, I’ll be attending Open Web Vancouver at the brand new Vancouver Convention Centre tomorrow, Thursday and Friday. Open Web Vancouver are gracious sponsors of ChangeCamp, and though it is a big last minute, I am stoked to be able to learn more about the tech behind realizing the dream of the open […]

BarCamp Vancouver 2008 is a go

It’s always fascinating to watch these things come together – Camps used to come together on Google Groups, then they started happening on Facebook, and now, for this year’s BarCamp, I’ve watched things germinate on Twitter. Registration has now opened for BarCamp Vancouver 2008, which is taking place on Saturday, September 27th and and Sunday, […]