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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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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 […]

Give Me the 404

Thursday, March 4th, 2010

I have to say, I really do appreciate a good 404 page (“Page Not Found” messages that are usually lame, but are occasionally very awesome…) It turns a mild nuisance into an Easter egg: it’s like  uncovering a little bundle of buried treasure on your quest for the Contact page (or whatever has moved/is missing/etc.) […]

Interacting with Print 2: When Letters Attack

Monday, January 11th, 2010

The fight for funding to superimpose the digital paradign onto print continues! Mitch Joel, of Montreal marketing agency Twist Image, unleashed this gem on his blog. This time the offenders are at Stanford, where they are mapping out communications between 18th century writers (presumably in a bid to convince Voltaire to join Twitter posthumously) using very pretty colours, delivering epic […]

Net Nostalgia 2009

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

One of the only good things about being stuck in two airports and a plane this holiday season, was that I got to read the current issue of Wired cover to cover in one sitting (in addition to completing many crosswords, notes on my content plan for this blog, listening to music, and staring intently […]