Monthly Archives: September 2007

There’s got to be a ‘better way’

I enjoy taking the subway most of the time. It’s one of the things I like about Toronto and by the same ‘token’ one of the things that most disappoints me – as in how our politicians haven’t seen fit … Continue reading

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Open-code-closed-culture

Joel Postman has written a insightful piece, which takes the blogging community to task for being ‘elitist’ (a virtual restricted membership club, with its own qualifications, rules and jargon) while purporting to be inclusive (hey come on, everybody join in … Continue reading

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And the beat goes on

I noticed there’s no such thing as stale-dated news in the blogosphere. Probably because most writing is from an individual’s perspective and not from the me-first-deadline-driven pace of MSM newsrooms. In traditional media, stories have a finite arc with a … Continue reading

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‘Everybody loves a clown…’

‘…So why don’t you?’ So sang Gary Lewis, live from Vegas, introduced by a father who was beaming with pride. Yes, it’s that time of year again. The real end of summer (for as long as I can remember): the … Continue reading

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Ahh segues…

..the foundation of stand-up comedy. The link that takes you from one joke to another before you’ve even had a chance to notice the comic’s moved on. I’ve always liked segues (no, not the motorized two-wheel scooters). And since I … Continue reading

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