• Nodding Terms

    The arrival of the New Year has us making lists with new pens and dreaming over hot cups of tea about the people we want to become. But let’s take a note as we travel down the road of self-improvement that we always stay accountable to our past selves. “I think we are well advised to

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  • How We Spend Our Days

    One last Wednesday Wisdom Wallpaper before the end of the year. I had this one  in mind for this time of year, when we’re all designing our New Year’s Resolutions and thinking about what our 2016 is going to look like. Download the wallpaper here! How we spend our days is, of course, how we

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  • Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost

    Can we all take a moment and just cogitate about how profound Nintendo is? Seriously. I owe these guys a lot. From my twitch-like Command+S behaviour to save documents, to the way I organize my cupboards (like my potions, armours, and alchemy tools in various RPGs). I’m digitally very organized so often when I walk

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  • It’s Not What They Call You

    First, a nod to veterans young and old on this Remembrance Day. I wouldn’t do well in the service. Mostly, I am far too self-centered, questioning and suspicious of authority figures to ever work successfully in the army.  I would probably be booted out on day one.  Not ideal soldier material. I have friends and family who have

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  • Who gives a shit?

    We got some good writing advice in my radio workshop today. Amongst other apt suggestions from our professor, such as “Get to it!” when it comes to broadcasting, he also reminded us of this brief quote by Linden MacIntyre, an investigative journalist for the CBC: There’s one, short question that you have to address: Who gives a

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