Tag Archives: transit

Transit Pet Peeves: One person’s contest, another person’s social inclusion setback

Last week, TransLink announced that they are running a contest/campaign on their Facebook page involving riders’ pet peeves in transit. They are encouraging people to people to vote, elimination-style, on the behaviors observed on transit that people find most irritating. The incentives to do so, aside from that wonderful feeling of having gotten your feelings […]

Blogathon 2009 – TransLinked, the other white meat

In which I discuss some of the goals and aims of my tumblelog, TransLinked.

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.

A Piece About Love

One night, about 3 or 4 days before Transport Hero Camp at the CUTA Youth Summit, I woke up at 5am and wrote something that had been bopping in my head for 2 months: how I wanted to address the delegates at the beginning of the event. Those who attended know that my delivery fell […]

Shutterbuggery

My recent trip to Hong Kong/Macau/Thailand was the first time in a long time I’ve had a chance to indulge my typically dormant shutterbug. I attribute it to two things: Having recently developed a bit of an eye for the curious world of urban design, transportation and city planning; and Having a really, really excellent […]