Pi Day is happening on March 14 and to celebrate in ultimate geekiness, the HackLab in Toronto is having a pie party! Well it is a pie contest really disgusied as a pie party! Entrance to the party is a $10 donation (which will go towards lab expenses), or bring a pie. Homemade pies only! … Continue reading HackLab.To Pi Day Partay!
WineCamp is tomorrow and I am looking forward to some wine learning. I am a wine snob – read does not drink Ontario wines, but not because I don’t think they could be great, oh no, simply because my knowledge of Ontario wine is limited. Sandy Ward is going to fix that tomorrow! After being … Continue reading WineCamp – Toronto version
And it is happening again. Research in action presented by the department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto is taking place on March 24, 2009 from 1 PM to 6 PM. And of course as all previous years, the website describing what is usually an awesome get together and demonstrations by awesome group … Continue reading Research in action at University of Toronto on March 24
As of 18:15 today there are still 28 free networking DemoCamp tickets if folks are interested. Go get them folks! Once these tickets are gone, that will be it. Continue reading DemoCamp TO Networking Tickets
I know I missed DemoCamp and I am sure you have too since we get constant inquiries about the next DemoCamp. We are back in the planning bandwagon and will be able to set up a whole series of DemoCamps in Toronto in the coming months. So stay tuned for details. The next DemoCamp TO … Continue reading DemoCamp Toronto: DC19 March 3, 2009 – Sold out!
I have been indicted inducted into the Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences and will be a judge in this year’s annual Webby Awards. For more than a decade, The Webby Awards (hailed as ‘The Oscars of the Internet’ by The New York Times) has been celebrating and discovering the most creative and innovative people … Continue reading Honoring the Internet’s Best: The Webby Awards
That would be the user generated content conference in February 2009 in California. I will be speaking at the conference and I am looking forward to it. I am surrounded by user generated content: open source software in the software space, wikipedia, flickr and creative commons, ThinkBig, just to name a few. I am looking … Continue reading It is personal
I am looking forward to being one of the judges for QEC 2009 (Queen’s Entrepreneurs Competition). Although their website needs major help (!), the event promises to be awesome. Previous years account for that already! For the 21st year in a row, Queen’s University is putting on the Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition (QEC). The QEC is … Continue reading Queen’s Entrepreneurs Competition 2009
If you have not hear about hohoTO then you must be living under a rock! A group of us have been working very hard in the past week to get Toronto’s Geek Event of the year under way. And I have to say that I am totally blown away by what we have accomplished in … Continue reading Mo’ money Mo’ fun at hohoTO
ProductCamp is coming to Toronto! That’s exciting. I never attended the Toronto Product Management Association meetings. I never found them to be very relevant to our high tech product management worlds (we are a strange bunch at the ideeplex) so I am very interested to see how the ProductCamp unconference will shape up. All the … Continue reading ProductCampToronto