I don’t have kids but I do have a niece I like hanging out with. She’s seven now and I realized that she virtually never shows up anywhere on my social media. I tend to not post a lot of pictures of people online and that goes more so for kids. I don’t have any […]
Today I went to work, enjoyed my job, biked home, grabbed a quick cross-country ski before going back downtown for dinner with my wife, and talked to family. The fact that a good birthday wasn’t terribly different from a normal day makes me grateful for my life.
For many years I had lists. Albums I wanted to listen to. Books to read. Movies to see. The internet made this easier. TV shows to binge. An unread queue of articles in my Instapaper account.The one hundred best comedies with Swiss actors made since 1992. It was bad. There is too much stuff. Not […]
Though I love radio, I will be spending the next few months as CBC’s digital producer for Prince George/northern B.C. My key role is to translate great stories you hear on CBC Daybreak North into versions that will find you in your news feeds on facebook and cbc.ca. The best way to get these stories is as […]
on asking others to explain themselves for free
The loudest cat I’ve known.
I’m ignoring the news, but haven’t we always?
Another one done, it’s been fun.
What I did, what I need to do better.
One second from nearly every day of my thirtieth year.
This isn’t guilt at my privilege. It’s a stark awareness of it.
Compared to past years, I’m finding very little in the way of new tunes that I unequivocally love.
Remembering a broadcasting legend.
Eleven years ago, two major things were going on in my life: the first is that I was turning nineteen. The second is I had met a girl.
2014 was the year I learned about the importance of time.
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