I'm talking about Ian Kochberg, the award-winning Canadian artist and master printmaker who, after over 40 years in the Toronto area has, very recently moved his home, studio and gallery to beautiful Springwater. We have visited his new digs and the display of his art all through the place is wonderful. Below is a sample … Continue reading Ian creates it like it is
Trusted journalism is floundering. Yet, Democracies require independent, fact-based journalism to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of people, and to keep members of society well informed. With many options for reading news on the Internet plus a plethora of handy devices for accessing it, we now have an abundance of information literally at … 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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