My co-worker just sent me a link to an article talking about a book by a U of C professor. Michael Keren, who has written “Blogosphere: The New Political Arena,” suggests individuals who bare their souls in blogs are isolated and lonely, living in a virtual reality instead of forming real relationships or helping to […]
Archive for January, 2007
I don’t hang out with my female friends as much as I should. We went to the Fogg for the game tonight and my sister and Tanya (who might as well be my other sister) hung out as well for what proved to be a really freakin’ great time.
Boy have I got a site for you, unfortunately for me. I used to check out this one ‘Vancouver Events’ web page cause it had some really interesting upcoming activities that I couldn’t find listed anywhere else. From fund raising dinners to concerts, it was a really great source. Though it seems as of late, […]
Today my sister and I were supposed to participate in The Amazing Hunt , it would have been a lovely day for it but Executive Producer Bill Lin had the right idea in mind when he postponed today’s race a couple of weeks ago. There were power outages, winds destroying forests, sleet and snow pelting […]
This episode of our podcast will be submitted to the fine folks organizing Northern Voice 2007. It didn’t involve trudging through muddy, stick-laden parks or interviewing rock stars and no, there isn’t even any Vancouver trivia. It’s a classic episode, just John, me, a couple mics and some music. Although I shouldn’t describe it like […]