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Late Nite: A Harvest Moon

Set in a night club backdrop with a milieu of bands playing in an (unplugged) accoustic performance, A Harvest Moon, promises an evening like no other. Experience the warm blend of musical sounds and talent captured in its purest accoustic form presented through a state of the art digital reproduction system. Sit back and enjoy … Continue reading “Late Nite: A Harvest Moon”

High-speed internet access to grow in north Durham

Province assists in broadband initiative UXBRIDGE — North Durham communities will soon have increased access to broadband communications thanks, in part, to cash handed down from the Province. Durham Region announced on Friday, Sept. 28, it has secured $262,000 from the Ontario government to create high-speed internet service in Uxbridge, Scugog and Brock. The Region, … Continue reading “High-speed internet access to grow in north Durham”

Building Vital Rural Communities Conference

The Foundation for Rural Living is hosting their first ever conference at the University of Guelph (June 6 & 7) and I am proud to announce that I am a presenter delivering a presentation titled “Beyond Websites: Using technology to build your organization’s profile & raise funds”

"Group of Seven Bed & Breakfast" Open House and Garden Tour

Coming up soon on Wednesday, June 6th, 2007 is the “Group of Seven Bed & Breakfast” Open House and Garden Tour from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. This is a Free event and everyone is invited! There are over 18 exciting stops…..including the 9 Bed & Breakfasts which will be showcasing artisans, local produce, beautiful … Continue reading “"Group of Seven Bed & Breakfast" Open House and Garden Tour”

Networking for Dollars

Business Professional Women – Durham Region ChapterIt was a pleasure delivering “The Power of Networking — With a Little Help from my Friends” and sharing the podium with illustrious Gary Polonsky, founder of UOIT, who headlined this event. At last count this BPW Durham fundraising conference called Roadmap to Success: Making Connections raised over $600 … Continue reading “Networking for Dollars”

Ticket Name Syntax

AWTW’s ticketing system depends on tickets being created with the correct subject line syntax e.g. “MMDD—DOMAINNAME—concise description” where: MM/DD = month/date due. DomainName = full domain name Concise description Describes the charge on the customer’s invoice Describes the charge on the subcontractor’s invoice Contains all information in subject line that one might need to search … Continue reading “Ticket Name Syntax”

Keeping all the threads

Each time you take any action with regards to a ticket, you need to append the latest version of the ticket, and forward to both tickets @ awebthatworks.com and subcontractorname@awebthatworks.com. CAUTION: Tickets are intended to capture all actions/communication with regards to a project so please ensure you respond to the latest ticket, to ensure threads … Continue reading “Keeping all the threads”