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WordCamp Victoria 2011 Presentation: Bookmarklets create reputation because reputation relies on community & link building #WCV11

Introduction: Hi, I’m Jordan Keats, Co-Founder of OutpostCommunications & GiveToo.ca. This is my presentation for Victoria Wordcamp 2011, thanks to Paul Holmes of Ideazone for organizing, to the sponsors, and to the researchers who published these findings. Blank Slide: due to Slideshare’s youtube uploader. Slide 2: Video of Virtual assistant Kim Starry For self hosted […]

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Wordcamp Victoria – May 15 2009

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Tai Chi-ers: Wouldn't you like to get away?

A few nights ago, as I was heading out to tai chi class, I found myself singing the theme song from the TV show: Cheers: “You want to go where you can know/ your troubles are all the same./ You want to go where everybody knows your name”. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPx1lPoYtSU&feature=related] Long before I ever tried a […]

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History of Tranquille

Jordan KeatsMarch 31/ 2008 From the Inside Out: A Brief History of Tranquille From 1970 to 1984, the City of Kamloops, in British Columbia, underwent an economic bust. Its boom started with the completion of the Trans Canada Highway in 1964, and was enhanced by completion of the Yellowhead Highway in 1970. These highways, alongside […]

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Peter Smith Interview: Tranquille Essay

The Full interview with Peter Smith Hi Peter, First off, thanks for providing your experience to my project. For your info, the thesis is the human element of institutions such as Tranquille, and to a lesser extent Woodlands. Yet, I want more than the aspect of abuse to be focused upon, because of the lack […]

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How's Our News?: The Quality of Canadian Newspapers

A concern arose about the coverage of a certain news story, and it begged an important question: does newspaper conglomeration affect the information that is presented to Canadians? If one does not know where the news in print comes from it is either gleaned from a news service wire, such as Reuters, Associated Press or […]

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