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Tag Archives: toronto

Support Sunny in telling diverse Canadian stories

Sunny is staging a fundraiser to get her to Toronto – it’s got a bit of a twist. She’s writing a screenplay called The Midnight Gardener and is releasing and writing a scene for every fifty ($50) dollars raised.

Blogathon 2009 – Super-8 Film: Last Days in Toronto, 2007

In 2007, as I was getting ready to leave my Toronto at the conclusion of my co-op term, I unwittingly decided to give shooting super-8 film a try. I bought a camera, a projector, and a device intended to transfer super-8 films to video for $60, bought about 8 super-8 cartridges, and acquainted myself with the details.

Thinking about Master’s Research while in Toronto

I’m only now starting to remember that great ideas go to e-mail to die, so for once I’m going to blog what started off as an e-mail. I’m in Toronto until Tuesday evening, and it only occurred to me now, after some great conversations with the ever-awesome Sacha, that there are some excellent folks in […]

Vancouver and Toronto Personal Growth Models: A Theory

Having lived for a little bit of time in Toronto as an adult, and more time in Vancouver (but an equal amount as an assertive, aware, reflecting adult), I’ve noticed some key differences in the way things get done in each place. I have shared my observations with some others who have spent time in […]

I’m going to ChangeCamp!

After a good few days of deliberating (and checking my bank account balance), it is now official: I’m going to ChangeCamp in Toronto! The event is an unconference (as you might guess from the “camp” designation), and, from the official description… […] is a free participatory web-enabled face-to-face event that brings together citizens, technologists, designers, […]