So, what’s really going on around here?
NASA has landed on the surface of Mars with a robot which tweets in first person. U.S. President Obama declares victory for America, and Twitter ‘explodes’. The intergalactic space war has begun…
I’m feelin’ snippy this morning. Couldn’t sleep. So, I’m going to do what the subtitle of this blog promises. I’m just going to blather. The topic du jour? Religion and comic books.
Reblogged from A Run On of Thoughts: I can’t get this odd feeling out of my chest. This empty, almost sickening feeling won’t go away. I noticed this feeling when I was in the Eaton Center in Toronto just seconds before someone opened fire in the food court. An odd feeling which led me to … Continue reading
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In which I gamely grasp at an internet icon’s coattails not specifically in order to cheaply manufacture hits for my blog but not entirely hating the idea either.
Mmm, long weekend. Lots of time to do some good. Mostly, we’re lazy about that stuff so what better way to make sure it gets done than combining generosity with something pleasurable?
Quebec’s Distinct Society: Fighting for the right to keep their apples when all they have are oranges.
Last night’s ceremony marked the end of this year’s JUNO Awards, Canada’s apogee of annual music industry trophy-giving. It was a night to remember but not for all the right things.
Recently, I have had a few people ask a similar question: Does having multiple social media sites consolidate or fracture the potential fan/follower/audience base? The answer is simple: It is entirely up to you.
So, dude on YouTube said: To be honest [Sean Parker, the creator of Napster] is a modern day Nikolav Tesla, innovates everything and takes little credit. Unable to help myself, I replied: Sean Parker is a modern day Nikola Tesla? Thanks for that. It always feels good to start the day with a giant goddamn … Continue reading