Using Social Media to Bridge the Public With Local Government and City Services

I heard this story on the radio this morning, and it got me thinking. Why are there not more city services, such as those run by a city hall in any township, using more elements of social media? One local politician wants the Vancouver Park Board to get in on the act. A motion going […]

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Rebecca Bollwitt Named A Top Social Media Influencer in Canada

Over the last few months of 2008 Profectio.com began a campaign to find the most influential individuals in Canada. They had an open nomination process for several weeks, following by weeks of voting. Their final tally was based on various metrics (see below) and sixty4media’s own, Rebecca Bollwitt, was on the list. Nominations for opened […]

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WordCamp Whistler 2009

Announced on Friday of last week, WordCamp Whistler is happening on January 24, 2009 at the Fairmont Hotel in Whistler B.C. Registration is open for attendees as well as speaker submissions on topics relating to all things WordPress. If you ever wanted to find a room full of people that are passionate about what WordPress […]

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Important security upgrade in WordPress 2.6.3

It never hurts to say it too many times because we realize that not everyone pays attention to the information streams like we do. Check your WordPress installation and make sure that you are running the latest version, 2.6.3. This latest update was announced over a week ago, so we’re doing our best to help […]

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sixty4media at Blog World Expo 2008 in Las Vegas

Rebecca had the extreme pleasure of attending Blog World Expo 2008 in Las Vegas this past weekend. Needless to say, there is wealth of information to be shared at this event. True to her live blogging skills, you can see many of her posts on miss604.com.

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WordPress 2.6.2

It’s been a busy few weeks in between when WordPress 2.6.2 was launched and now, but it’s worth mentioning nonetheless. The main reason is because this release is a critical security upgrade, vital at keeping your site safe from anything malicious being done to your content. If you are unsure about the status of your […]

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WordPress 2.6.1

We’ve been running some installs of WordPress 2.6.1 on various sites and can report that everything seems tip top. There hasn’t been any major issues with plugins, and performance on the latest version of WP seems a little more snappy. This falls on the heels of WordPress 2.6 that was released a few months ago. […]

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sixty4media on Twitter

As we have been slowly molding sixty4media into shape, we have recently made our very own Twitter account open and available to the public. Twitter is a popular social media site that combines micro-blogging and instant messaging to an international phenomenon of letting people know what you’re doing. Sounds insignificant to some, but there are […]

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