Twitter needs to make money and you could soon be charged for using Twitter. What form that will take, when and how much have yet to be answered.
Between two #twilightYEG events the Edmonton Twitter community was able to raise nearly $4,000 for the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.
Edmonton’s Democamp 7 did not disappoint. With great demos, the large audience got to see some of the great things the Edmonton tech community is up to.
The May Social Web Meetup went well and was well attended. We heard from Brittney from iNews 880 & Adam from Dub5. I also handed out some business cards for the new Edmonton SEO company I’ve started.
I’ve been using Edmonton transit at least once a week lately and I’m liking it. My Edmonton transit experience is made better by using the Google transit feature in Google Maps.
It’s a bad time to be a hypochondriac, but a good time to be selling hand sanitizer and surgical masks. The economy didn’t kill us, but the Mexican swine flu might!