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How to thrive in a Vancouver drought
Locals who have the good sense to use their grey water or captured rain water to keep their gardens green and lush may have to post a sign explaining their environmentally savvy system to watering...
Jul 22nd, 2015
Socializing with more than 140 characters at Vancouver Twestival
A rainy day in Vancouver presented an interesting opportunity for Tweeters of all stripes to come together this past Thursday at the CBC radio building for the second Vancouver Twestival (#YVRTwestiva
Mar 26th, 2010
Alexandra Samuel in More than 140 Characters
After launching more than 30 online communities through the Social Signal Company with her partner, stand-up comic and cartoonist Rob Cottingham, Alexandra Samuel recently became the director of...
Mar 19th, 2010
Employers Want Social Media Butterflies Like TheBigWild.Org's Theodora Lamb
As some companies have begun to crack down on employees using "company time" to update their Facebook status, post their latest Flickr album, or Tweet the most recent office drama, other employers...
Oct 19th, 2009