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I’ll be talking community building on 49Pixels Live

I’ll be on 49Pixels Live with my friend, Dr. Vibe, next week. Hosted by digital media and entrepreneur aficionados, Justin Kozuch and Lindsay Munro, 49Pixels Live is a weekly podcast about technology, digital marketing and entrepreneurship with guests who are industry experts, thought leaders and influential voices in digital media.…

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An API for G+ Hangouts!

Now things are going to get really interesting! Google announced a shiny API which will allow developers to create collaborative apps for G+ Hangouts. According to the Google+ Platform website, this API will enable developers to “build games where you can see everyone’s reactions or use your whole body to…

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Super Spud iPad web app comics preview

What a mouthful that title is, eh? Anyhoo, I’m close to launching the interactive iPad optimized web app edition of my SuperSpud digital comics. I thought I’d share a sneak preview of the three comics that will launch with the app. Particularly, their covers!

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Empowering and Enlightening Communities with Digital Media

I’ll be giving a session once again this year at PodCamp Toronto! Actually, I’ll be co-presenting with my friend and PodCamp Toronto co-organizer and community management team member, Dr. Vibe of The Vibe and Vegas Show. Entitled, “Empowering and Enlightening Communities with Digital Media“, we will be talking about how…

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Sketching in Paris

I mentioned my 2007 trip to Paris in my last Sketchbook Video. So the sketchbook I used during my trip is featured in my latest episode (I like how that sounds. I guess I’m a video podcaster now). It’s a Paris Moleskine City notebook. I highly recommend these little things.…

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Sketchbook Videos

I’ve been sketching in sketchbooks for years now and have them all sitting on a few shelves. No one will able to see any of my sketches unless they came over and flipped through the sketchbooks. Even if someone wanted to, it most likely wouldn’t happen often. Well, thanks home…

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