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Why I quit Facebook.

Very few things have impacted my world and the way I interact with my circle of friends more than Facebook. By world I mean personally, professionally, and even spiritually. Personally I’ve connected with friends from high school, and remarked about how communication worked on such a profoundly different level now than it did in 1982.

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This 15 minute video kept my crew and I busy for a few weeks this summer. Produced in association with the Canadian law firm McCarthy Tétrault, this hybrid video/kinetic type animation explains in simple terms the reasoning behind proper record keeping in the modern age. It also serves to introduce best practices as defined by

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Rogers MMS Nightmare

Let me start by saying this is not another Rogers Sucks blog post. Those fish in a barrel posts are dime a dozen, and I have a few nice things to say about Rogers and the service they provide. In fact, after moving to Peterborough Ontario where Rogers doesn’t offer home phone or cable TV,

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Alternative to Basecamp

Go ahead. Try it. Do a Google search for ‘Alternative to Basecamp‘ and report back. For about ten years, Basecamp has been a well-loved poster boy app for the Web 2.0 world of project collaboration and project management. What’s maybe not known is the vicious hate for the app from all corners of the blogosphere.  And

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Legal Advice I Can Eat

I’ve been fortunate to have had the pleasure of working on video projects with two of Canada’s largest law firms, McCarthy Tétrault this year and Lenczner Slaght last year. I’ve also signed some of the most stringent Non Disclosure Agreements, so that’s about all you’re going to hear about these projects for the next 99

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Here’s what’s been going on with me over the past year or so. In September, 2009, I signed up for a few courses that have been on my wish-list for years. First, the wait-list at the extremely competitive Web Application Development course at Durham College opened up, and I was accepted the week after it

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