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Social Media and Planning, or My Passion and Frustration Story in Progress

During BarCamp, I attended Boris Mann and Mark Busse’s session on Balancing Passion and Frustration – but I stepped out to chat with someone across the room in the middle of the session, and now I’m kicking myself a bit for it. Near the start, I offered the story of how I turned one of […]

TransportCamp: dancing in the professional divide

A few days ago, an upcoming unconference known as TransportCamp came across my radar. It’s being organized by The Car Co-op (perhaps better known as the Co-operative Auto Network), and has a number of sponsors, such as VanCity, TransLink, The Cooperators (the insurance company), and BCAA. There is a $25 admission fee, and it’s happening […]

BarCamp Vancouver 2008 – Unconference Meta

For those of you who don’t know much about unconferences, this past weekend saw the 2008 edition of BarCamp Vancouver on Granville Island. I proposed a session called “BarCamps for Non-Techies” and, at 2pm, turned up to the stage to find a good group of around 20-25 people. We decided to drag the chairs onto […]