21.05.09 by Jeff

See you at Pecha Kucha!

Tickets for tonight’s Pecha Kucha (Vancouver) sold out more than a week ago but if you got yourself tickets, I’ll see you there! I’ll be speaking LAST. Oh, come see me afterwards, I have gifts for you all!

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • i want some of those pins! (you should definitley sell them!)

  • Nice gifts. Wish I could see you speak but I live in PDX.

  • i wanna go there but i still have an information architecture class tonight, dammit.. ><

  • i found tickets! see you there jeff

  • p.s. good luck!

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  • Can you please mail me some of those!? I just live in Victoria!! I would LOVE some! I’ll mail you a self addressed envelope even!

  • daniela.

    i want a booooooom pin too.
    Come to spain to speak.
    i will hear you.
    But only to get my pin.
    :P

  • these ones were for people who came to the talk! i will have pins available shortly!!! don’t worry!!

  • daniela.

    i know iknow.

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  • Kyle

    Great Talk – Trevar Linder

  • You killed it last night … funniest PK Van speaker yet!

    • hahaa thanks kevin! i was really realllly stoked by the response from everybody!





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