Not really a rant this time - rather, I would like to tell you about my recent discovery and introduce you to Ian Kochberg, an award-winning Canadian artist and master printmaker. After over 40 years in the Toronto area, the Kochbergs have recently relocated their home studio and gallery to Springwater, Ontario, just outside of … Continue reading Ian creates it like it is
Trust in news is floundering. Yet, Democracies require independent, true, fact-based journalism to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of people, and to keep members of society well informed. With many channels for reading what's happening on the Internet, plus a plethora of handy devices for getting it, we now have an abundance of … Continue reading Demise of the Fourth Estate
Intelligence is a word that has two meanings. We hear about it a lot these days in the news media: "intell", meaning (military) information. Somewhat of a misnomer, I would say. Information is a collection of facts / data, but does that make it intelligent? We hear about "fake news". The intelligence we are talking … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence on The Web
From my high school pal, Dr. Allan Connolly for our May 2017 Reunion: This 75-Year Harvard Study Found the 1 Secret to Leading a Fulfilling Life Here's some wisdom gleaned from one of the longest longitudinal studies ever conducted. Prioritizing what's important is challenging in today's world. The split focus required to maintain a career … Continue reading Secret to Leading a Fulfilling Life
This post is based on a recent news headline: Tragically Hip fans cry foul after presale tickets scooped up in minutes Have you ever gone online to purchase a ticket to some show or game you want to attend, only to find all tickets are sold out minutes after going on sale? Well you know … Continue reading Scalping: License to Admission vs. A Piece of Property?
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