Aaron has danced all the way around and then right to the core of that phenomenon we know as “liveblogging”: Area Code of the Beast. Most importantly, he reminds me of where to follow today’s matches while hard at work at my new office.
Archives for June 2006
about an interesting new initiative called the Government 2.0 Think Tank, or G2TT. It’s a group that’s just being formed to look at how to bring more forward-thinking Internet communications methods to Government in Canada. Definitely something to watch closely. See also Nathan Rudyk’s blog post about the initiative. Good stuff.
when we learned that Leonard Cohen had been fleeced by some people who have worked for him for a long time, he has slowly but surely started to raise his profile once again. Knowing the circumstances, I haven’t heard anyone begrudge Cohen this sortie to make money, which is refreshing. Claire Crighton in Maisonneuve magazine makes a very good point in her article about Cohen, “Canadian Idol,” when she suggests that he should really be considered as a writer and poet more than as a songwriter or singer.
I’ve scarcely had the time to read blogs let alone keep this one up-to-date – but things are going to be pretty stable for the next few weeks, so I should be able to keep things rolling here… starting today.