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How I stopped worrying and learned to love Cadillac

How I stopped worrying and learned to love Cadillac

Apparently Klout told Cadillac that I held some kind of online influence; it's not the first time Klout's algorithms have come into question. [Read More]

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On writing, jitters, and interviewing Chantal Hébert

On writing, jitters, and interviewing Chantal Hébert

Journalism is a funny profession for someone who trends to the overly self-critical. And by "funny", I mean lunatic. [Read More]

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Summer round-up: sports stories, data woes, and a brand spanking new web site

Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to contact me to ask for the next instalment. It’s nice to know that my silence has not gone unnoticed (although the comment that I’ve been “letting you down” may have been  [Read More]

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Finally, the reveal

Building a website just isn’t what it used to be. The technology’s gotten so good that it’s no longer believable to simply shrug your shoulders and mutter something about “stupid HTML” when your site fails to match your – or  [Read More]

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Go long

Originally prepped to go live on August 29, 2010, this post fell under the wheels of a fast-moving fortnight that saw me complete a contract here in downtown Toronto and accept a job offer in Mexico. The one-year anniversary of  [Read More]

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Whatcha been up to?

Wow, I’ve really missed everyone in the past week or so. How are you all? How come you never call any more? I am super stoked to have some things to report on. After my last post I got a  [Read More]

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Aaaaaand scene…

…sort of. Part of the challenge of this project was that I tried to write it in real time. While I was away, this meant that I took every second or third day to report on recent events, to catch  [Read More]

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Guess where I'm posting from

I remember reading a travel book when I was a kid that outlined instructions for travelling to Spain. The authors prepped the reader for their journey with friendly tips like “pre-stamp postcards so you will never be out of touch”.  [Read More]

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