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Love Challenge

As William Wordsworth once wrote: “To begin, begin.” Truer words were never spoken. One of my trusted friends is the supremely talented writer, columnist, and wellness expressionist, Tammy T. Stone. A Canadian living in Japan, we often commiserate about the teachings we experience in life. One night while chatting, she gifted me with these words, which, […]

Working With The Ontario Nonprofit Network

This past year, I gladly accepted the opportunity to work with Sarah Matsushita, Communications & Network Engagement Manager of the Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN). Sarah and I have known each other for years, working so well together at TIFF, back in the day. I jumped at the chance to connect with her again. Organized in 2007, […]

Facebook Changes

When Facebook began to implement chnages—without warning—to its service in a piecemeal way, at first I thought they were fine-tuning their news feed content sharing mechanism into oblivion. At first, users agreed, voting against the changes by a two-to-one margin. Part of the uproar occurred because the changes began with no announcement. Media outlets did […]

On Twitter

By now, everybody has heard of Twitter.com, and in the last three years (as of May 2010), social media has become part of our daily vernacular. Those who belittle Twitter generally don’t understand its power to inform. Twitter is a global democratic information network free-for-all, a never ending stream of curated content sent to you […]