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Lots been going on, here are the highlights It’s a writer and blogger’s curse I think. When you’re busy with lots of great projects, your own blog gets short shrift. It’s okay, really, but since I have a new book coming out (more in a moment), I thought it might be a good idea to […]

Slide out of the spotlight and start being interesting

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It’s taken me a few days to come up with the angle here. I read this Business Insider post on Klout—Klout and startup adolescence—and I knew there was a good post in there (beyond saying “oh Klout is terrible” or “how we need Klout more than ever”), I just couldn’t quite put my finger on […]

Starting a new job: Joining eCrypt Technologies February 1st

I’m happy to announce that starting February 1st I’m going to be joining the encryption startup eCrypt as their full time web-social media-community manager guy. This is a very exciting time for me, the new product that eCrypt has in the works is quite cool and could very well spark a whole new interest in […]

Can Twitter Make It?

Sometimes, especially after this week’s Twitter DNS debacle—Internal Twitter Credentials Used in DNS Hack, Redirect-Twitter Email Security Blamed for Latest Hack—, I wonder if Twitter really has what it takes to make it in the long haul. It certainly took them long enough to get basic scaling working. At least now a simple Apple announcement […]

Ideas On Tap Tonight in Yaletown: Giving Vancouver Tech a Boost With Beer

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One of my favourite things about the Vancouver tech community is, well, the community. One of the main reasons I decided to throw caution, and a job, to the wind and stay in B.C. instead of moving to Toronto was the community and circle of friends I have here. So true to Vancouver form, after […]