Showing posts from February, 2012

Museum creates content for Facebook. Talks directly to children in their environment

Canada's first cultural attraction to host a Facebook Live event. From the Ontario Science Centre's Da Vinci exhibition Da Vinci would have been impressed. A Facebook First is broadcast live from Leonardo exhibition at the Ontario Science Centre It is what is coming to your Facebook account soon. A couple of weeks ago, radio show host William Doyle Marshall and I took in the very first Canadian museum Facebook "TV" broadcast to be held. The Facebook Live event was at Toronto's Ontario Science Centre (Canada) in their exhibition hall where they have a traveling exhibition about the inventions of Leonardo daVinci. The Science Museum brought in a panel of experts from as far away as Italy to talk on camera to educators and young Facebook followers about the genius of the Italian inventor who died five centuries ago. The hour-long broadcast shown in real time on Facebook had a very large cast of characters (most shown in picture below) and probably had

DreamMaker Real Estate Brokerage plays its part in the 2015 PanAm Games

 . In September 2011 Canada's number one "black" high-end magazine published the following article.  It has my by-line.  It was, I assume, based on presser I sent out for the Diversity Business Network's Pan Am Games project.  Saw the article when it came out, but, missed my by-line.   DREAMMAKER REALTY MOVES TO THE PAN-AM GAMES By Stephen Weir DreamMaker Realty is not your typical real estate brokerage. “We help individuals, families and organizations build new lives for themselves using real estate as an investment vehicle,” says Isaac Olowolafe, the company’s president and CEO. With such an approach, it’s no wonder Dream Maker Realty , which includes a real estate investment company that owns or manages more than 200 properties in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), is the 2011 winner of the Harry Jerome Business Award. The company also has a partnership with University of Toronto and the African Canadian Social Development Council for a not-for-profit “