2008 Kids SRC - Read All Over the Map

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Well it's that time of the year again when I gear up for the British Columbia Library Association's Kids Summer Reading Club (SRC).

Kids SRC 2008 Website

Each summer, Kids in BC are afforded an opportunity to do something constructive and fun with their time by joining a summer reading club.

It's totally free. If you're interested in enrolling your kids, simply head on down to your local library and sign up.

What is Kids SRC?

The Kids SRC is designed to get children reading, with the use of a fun theme, posters, stickers, a reading record, bookmarks, completion medals, and novelty items. In addition each year they have a new designed website which offers 7 quizzes (1 for each week of the program) word puzzles, and fun games.

The theme this summer Read All Over the Map has kids learning very interesting historical facts about Beautiful British Columbia!

Thank you!

Thank you to the BCLA for the opportunity yet again (3rd year in a row) to be a part of this wonderful program!

The 2008 Kids SRC is sponsored by the British Columbia Library Association, and the local public libraries with the assistance of the Public Library Services Branch, Ministry of Education, Shirley Bond, Minister

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Joomla! Day Vancouver – recap

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I’m very happy to announce that the Vancouver Joomla Day event was well attended with over 120 people eager to learn about Joomla CMS.

Joomla Day Vancouver

Registration started at 9:00am. Attendees were given a raffle ticket, t-shirt (for those who RSVP'd in time) and Joomla Day name tag. What a friendly bunch. I got to meet each of them as I assisted Wendy (main organizer) with the registration process.

Coffee, tea muffins and cookies were in abundance thanks to Bread Garden, who also catered lunch with yummy wraps and subs.

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JenTekk co-sponsors Joomla Day Vancouver 2008

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Joomla Day Vancouver - official website

Joomla! CMS is one of the most powerful Open Source content management systems (CMS) on the planet. Joomla! is easy to manage, reliable to use, and is very popular with those of my clients using it.

The newest version of Joomla (version 1.5) is an ideal platform for building Corporate websites, Intranets and Social Networks.

So, it is with great pleasure that I make this announcement: Vancouver is officially hosting a Joomla! Day event – one of Joomla’s largest and most popular events!

As a sponsor and event organizer, you can probably imagine how excited I am to spread the word, and even more so… to invite you to join us.

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TAZZU WordPress Camp - rockin' the Hub

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This past Wednesday, myself, along with rmd Studio, PeerGlobe and TAZZU, and hosted Vancouver’s first WordPress Camp.

Thanks to Amanda Abrams for this great photo!

WordPress Camp Vancouver

We initially estimated around 35 to 40 people attending the event, located at the beautiful Network Hub. However, word got out, and a week before the event, RSVPs starting flooding in... yeah, I commenced to panic.

Phone calls were quickly made to locate a larger venue, but with such short notice none could be found, so we all just 'pressed' in.

The first to arrive got chairs, others took to the floor, and the rest stood. Okay, it's not ideal, but I tell you what, there sure was a sense of community within the room. We made the best of it.

I had the pleasure of greeting all the attendees, and must say they are an amazing bunch. I feel like I've just made a whole whack of new friends.

To summarize the event: the presenters were fabulous, making the most of their 20 minutes. As far as topics go, there was really something there for everyone. In addition, sponsors provided Timmy's coffee and donuts for all, and a free beer (thanks Automattic!) for those who made it out to the after-party held at the Flux Bistro.

So, from me personally,to all of you, thank you so much for making TAZZU's WordPress Camp a huge success!

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TAZZU WordPress Camp

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Tazzu WordPress Camp

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WordPress users: don't miss this event!
What: Tazzu WordPress Camp
When: Wed. April the 30th from 5:30 to 8:30pm
Where: The Network Hub - 422 Richards St. Vancouver BC

A bit about WordPress

WordPress is perhaps the most commonly used Blogging web application on the web. We blog to express ourselves, share our thoughts, or promote our businesses.

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World Harvest Church

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JenTekk was brought on board to convert the World Harvest Church static website to a WordPress website. While the previous design was warm and inviting, the church had undergone big changes and wished to portray a fresh new look. With bright blues, the yellow sun, and city scape, the new design feels fresh and energetic.

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World Harvest Church

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