For the past few weeks, I have been doing some contract work at AdHack. It started out as an internship, and I was to write some case studies on the results of past clients who had used AdHack’s services, but it turned into something more. The Olys When the case studies were almost finished, James suggested doing an Olympic ad contest over the course of … Continue reading My Olympics Project: The Olys
I can’t believe it taken me so long to write about this. Mind you, every single 17 days of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics has been a whirlwind, and life seems comparably dull now that it has come and gone. It would have been much easier if I did a few posts throughout the Olympics, but alas, I am doing it all in one long … Continue reading My 2010 Olympic Experience
In honour of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games coming to Vancouver, I thought I should do a blog post somewhat dedicated to the event. I’m getting pretty amped for the Games to start in February, and I thought this might help some of those people who maybe aren’t that excited about the Olympics (yet). I have had this version of O Canada by Classified running … Continue reading O Canada!
It’s crazy, but it’s true. My Mom applied to carry the Olympic torch in 2010 – she entered contests, she wrote essays, and finally her hard has work paid off. She got an e-mail confirming that she would indeed be carrying the Olympic torch next year on February 4, 2010 for 400 metres through our hometown of Powell River where she lives, in honour of … Continue reading Mom to carry the Olympic Torch in 2010!