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Interest In Pinterest

For about 30 years, for research purposes and just for the joy of it, I have collected and saved thousands of printed photos, illustrations, news clippings, and design items. This analogue albatross is now stored in several filing cabinets, each weighing over 100 lbs. Canada switched to the metric system in 1973, yet I still […]

Mix It Up With The NFB

The National Film Board of Canada‘s ongoing digital transformation is astonishing. The home of iconic Oscar-winning films from Canada’s past—like Neighbours and Churchill’s Island—has been digitizing its assets for years, and now has a huge library from seven decades of existence to view for free online. All the classic NFB films familiar to Canadians are […]

Social Change Is Upon Us

With the advent of Facebook and Twitter over the last four years, the world has experienced a social awakening in ways never before imagined. Transparent communication and information sharing has changed and continues to change how we see our planet. Our first two years on Facebook brought us shared baby photos, vacation snapshots, home renovation […]

Delicious Rumours

  Delicious doesn’t lie. While using the popular social bookmarking web service for amassing, storing, sharing and discovering web bookmarks, I noticed that I misspelled my Delicious bookmark tag for Martin Scorsese, accidentally omitting an “e.” While making the correction, I looked over at the upper-right column of my Delicious webpage to view my top […]

Share the Arts and Culture Experience

Torontonians are quite fortunate to be able to enjoy more community arts and culture events than any other city in Canada, with staples like Luminato, Nuit Blanche, The International Festival Of Authors, Word On The Street, and the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, plus newer innovation events such as TEDxToronto, and more film and theatre festivals […]

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