Media Temple‘s just released their long-awaited new hosting platform, Grid-Server.
I’ve been a loyal customer of Media Temple for well over a year now. I suggest their web-hosting service to my clients and friends. The reason I’ve been such a loyal customer is because their hosting is fast, they offer dedicated IP addresses included in their hosting fees, and most of all because their customer service is second to none.
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Sunrise over Lougheed Hwy in Burnaby, BC
I was looking out the window this morning, as I was reading the morning news, listening to Bridget on the telephone telling me that the Canucks are going to be starting backup goalie Dany Sabourin tonight in Edmonton, and I thought the sunrise looked pretty nice, so I snapped a picture of it and here it is for you to enjoy.
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Transient orca breaching near Campbell River, BC
Whale Watching in Campbell River
British Columbia is famous for its Whale Watching industry. A friend of mine, Erin Wallis, recently went on a whale watching tour in Campbell River. Here are her thoughts…
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Roberto Luogo debuted a new vintage mask at last night’s home opener in Vancouver. I found a couple of pics of Luongo’s new vintage mask.
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The ladybugs are back! Arggghhh!
Fifteen months ago my girlfriend and I moved into a beautiful high-rise in Vancouver with a very large patio on the sixteenth floor. We spent countless hours on the patio with friends and family.
Last fall we were introduced to the asian ladybug, which likes to spend the winters hibernating in the cracks of light coloured, south-facing cliffs. You guessed it, our high-rise is light-coloured and last fall these lady beetles flocked to the building. Continue reading “Vancouver’s Ladybugs are back!”