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I'm a digital marketer, writer/editor, misanthropic socialite and self-proclaimed Facebook statustician.

As co-founder of Third Wunder, a digital marketing agency based in Montreal, I tackle projects, builds and campaigns for our clients.

In my spare time I'm the proud co-organizer of the Montreal Girl Geeks and have been known to rock a moustache when campaigning for Movember.

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Hacking It

Thursday, January 6th, 2011

I saw this post and I must confess I’m a little jealous of Montreal developers. And not just because we’ve all seen “The Social Network” by now so the secret is out: development is clearly pure sex, drugs and rock n’ roll. Task lists include: line of code, line of coke, bang groupie in bathroom stall (if […]

2010 Ada Lovelace Day | Tanya McGinnity

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

Today (March 24) the blogosphere honours Ada Lovelace, considered the first ever computer programmer (and daughter of poofy-shirted poet Byron, no less). Charles Babbage nicknamed her The Enchantress of Numbers, and she kicked algorithmic ass for his Analytical Engine back in the pre-natal days of computing. A Web of One’s Own But what’s really neat […]

Soviet PM Philosophy

Saturday, December 5th, 2009

Last Friday I remembered a Soviet joke from an old IB history textbook that I used to like, so I decided to share it with a coworker: Liesl: Why does the secret police always travel in threes? Intrigued coworker: I don’t know, why? Liesl: One can read, one can write, and one keeps an eye […]

Content Management Systems That Go Places

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

CMS-Watch recently published a neat document they call the 2010 Content Technology Vendor Map. It gives a quick overview of just how many options are out there, and reinforces the message that the purpose, nature and content of your project should drive which CMS you choose. Too often, companies are locked in to a system […]