Month: June 2010

How to manage a Twitter crisis if you’re a major TV show


I’m a huge fan of the Big Brother TV show set in the UK. I’ve been watching since the show started ten years ago. Since moving to Canada seven years ago I’ve managed to keep up with it every year. Clearly, Twitter has grown and more Big Brother fans use it than ever before. 2010 is a major year for Big Brother in the UK; this is the last series. Channel Four are cancelling it. Last […]

A taste of Liz Hover presenting

Diary of a Web Gal

I’ve kept this low-key for a while but I feel it’s time to share it with you. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to attend one of my presentations, check out my most recent which was filmed by the wonderous James Swirsky and Lisanne Pajot of Blink Works –  a Winnipeg boutique production studio. This video was shot during my presention for PechaKucha Winnipeg. Note: some strong language.

Girl Geek Dinners: Wanna know more about blogging?


This month’s Winnipeg Girl Geek Dinner is all about blogging and I’m the presenter along with my pal Polly Washburn. We’ll be sharing our experiences, from the techie bits to the creative stuff of choosing a theme, deciding what to write about, how to format a blog post, and why it’s important to post regular content. Join us on Tuesday, June 8 (at 6 p.m. if you want to nosh on the delicious food at […]