Category Archives: Blogging

Fisking John Boyko’s Ten Election Rules

There’s a writer named John Boyko who’s published an essay in the Montreal Gazette (if for some reason you hit a paywall, it’s also available on his blog). One note: the fact that the graphic he uses for his blog … Continue reading

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No Government Department Will Ever “Get” Facebook

Here’s a question for those of you who use Facebook: do you ever use it to look for government departments? I see a few hands up out there, and to them I say: okay, now put your hand down if … Continue reading

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So Why Is Warren Kinsella Linking To An Anti-Justin Ad?

Okay, I do get that most of my audience would publicly declare that they wouldn’t give Warren Kinsella’s blog the time of day. Not surprising, given his normal anti-Tory stance. However, one of Mr. Kinsella’s virtues is that, when he … Continue reading

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Resolutions for 2015

You’ll have probably noticed that I’ve been blogging a lot less than I have been, since I first started on blogspot. Part of it is because I’ve been busy with other things; a good part of it, though, is because … Continue reading

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Welcome To My New Home

Okay. You’ll probably have noticed that my web address is now slightly different. That’s because I’ve switched webhosts from Yahoo Small Business to WordPress.org. My reason is quite simple: after reviewing the state of my finances, I finally realized that … Continue reading

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