sixty4media sponsors the Internet Marketing Conference

The International Internet Marketing Association is set to hold their annual conference in Vancouver this month and sixty4media has been enlisted to do some live blogging. As a preview to my live blog, which will take place on, I had the chance to find out more about the IIMA from John Hossack VP of […]

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The Value of a Screencast

John sent me a bookmark of his over delicious this afternoon with regards to a company called CommonCraft. First things first, if you’re unfamiliar with delicious, here’s a tutorial called “Social Bookmarking in Plain English” that just happens to be from those very fine folks at CommonCraft. Now, the bookmark in question linked back to […]

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WordCamp at BarCamp Vancouver 2008

There have been a few WordCamps in Vancouver and the Fraser Valley over the last year but none have compared to the scale and grandeur of San Francisco’s master gathering of WordPress enthusiasts. Duane from Brave New Code attended this year and is bringing back all sorts of ideas for the city’s next WordCamp, which […]

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Screencasting tips: How to screencast on a Mac

Going back to the beginning here, I decided it might be a good idea to do a screencast about how to make a screencast – this episode focusing on Mac OSX users. You can view more of my tutorials on although they will soon have a permanent home on the sixty4media blog.

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Pano from contacted us a few months ago with great aspiration for his website which he wanted to grow into an all-encompassing resource for the outdoor community. He has been blogging on his WordPress-based site for the last few years and the overall design was something he wanted to rethink in the hopes of […]

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MOMAR has sixty4media integrate a WordPress blog into their existing site

Bryan Tasaka from Mind Over Mountain Adventure Racing (MOMAR) contacted us a while ago about what it would take to get a WordPress blog integrated into an increasingly successful site for their outdoor racing events. At the time, there was a blog page on the site however being hard-coded in HTML it lacked core blogging […]

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