Month: June 2011

So I really, REALLY wanted to go to NXNE this year. Really. Unfortunately, at my age you (usually) can’t just hop into a car for a week-long music bender in Toronto. For those who aren’t familiar with the Festival, North By Northeast is a world-renowned event dedicated to new and emerging talent, featuring up-and-coming unsigned […]

Last week I passed a personal milestone and gave my first “Keynote Address” at the Defence Research and Development Canada Social Media “Big Data” Analysis Workshop on Friday June 17 in Ottawa. The other keynote address was given by John Kelly from Morningside Analytics, whose approach highlights the importance of segmentation in the blogosphere when […]

I just spent the last two days at the MARCOM conference in Ottawa at the newly opened Ottawa Convention Centre. The conference was organized by CEPSM and we were happy to go live with a dynamic twitter graph of #marcomforum related tweets in real time. I enjoyed learning about the differences between public sector marketing […]