We’re moving on October 1

Our new address is: 400-1668 Barrington St. Halifax NS B3J 2A2 Come visit us!


Next hacks@ on Saturday 26 February at 4:30 p.m.

The next hacks@ is on 26 February at 4:30 p.m. Read more and sign up.


Urtak Facebook App launches

After many months of development and testing, Urtak has launched the new Facebook version of their innovative and all-too-addictive polling application. We’ve quickly jumped on the opportunity and added the Urtak app to our Facebook page. This also marks Neal Stewart’s first major project at Liquid Media. He tore head-first into the depths of Ruby, Rails, RSpec, JavaScript, as well as Facebook development languages such as FBML and FBJS, along with a smattering of Linux system administration. If you would like to add the Urtak app to your Facebook page, visit To add the widget to your site,


New, swankier, office!

Liquid Media has moved around the corner into new office space! It's larger, swankier, and we’re sharing it with a hot mobile app development company, MindSea. Please update your address book: 1657 Barrington St. Suite 333 Halifax NS B3J 2A1


E-Business Tool launches for our large media client

The e-business tool that we’ve developed with our large media client and their agency partners has launched! Talk to us to find out more about the work we’ve done.

Mar Live

As part of a larger contract with the Pennsylvania Land Trust Association, Liquid Media has re-developed their main site — using Ruby on Rails. It went live today. Some of its features include: An extensive, brand-new open source content management system developed by Liquid Media. A “conserved real estate for sale” tool to help land owners sell their conserved land. An extensive conference management tool which allows workshop presenters to make a proposal, get the proposal ranked and accepted by reviewers, and manage handouts, slides and other resources A blog hosted at and integrated directly with the site. Daily news


Urtak launches Facebook and Twitter login integration

As of today you can log into Urtak using either your Facebook or Twitter account, in addition to the usual email & password approach. Urtak is the third client for whom we’ve implemented distributed logins using Facebook or Twitter.


Urtak Widget launches

After about a month of development and even longer in test, Urtak is launching the widget we developed for them. You can now embed an Urtak right into your web site by copy-and-pasting a tiny bit of JavaScript. We’re extremely proud of this work. We’ve taken advantage of cutting-edge technologies such as JSONP to create this cross-domain application. Not many web development companies can include an application such as this in their portfolio.