I just spent a few minutes looking through my draft posts for inspiration to restart blogging. I came across the oldest draft in my queue, dated November 11, 2009. The post read as follows: I’ve worked from home for 6 of the past 8 years in a variety of workspaces. Initially I worked in my… Continue reading How To: Work From Home, Be Productive and Stay Sane
Yesterday Facebook surfaced one of my aunts posts in which she alluded to a conspiracy theory that the COVID-19 death numbers are being fabricated. Normally my response to these sorts of posts on Facebook these days is to simply hit the “snooze for 30 days” button. But this was my favourite aunt who I’ve respected… Continue reading When Facebook Turns Against You
During my stay in pre-COVID Finland in Feburary I participated in far to many nights of cycle-based pub crawling for a man of my vintage. One night we checked out a local pub called Ravintola House (Restaurant House?) a minutes from our place Pateniemi. We arrived early for a midnight performance of Kulmakunnan Kutkuttajat. As… Continue reading One Night In Finland. Or Is Europe Obsessed with Latin America?
I sometime describe myself as “an aspiring cyclist.” I enjoy cycling a lot and recognize all its environmental and health benefits, but unfortunately like most Canadian parents my day-to-day is not very conducive to a cycling-based lifestyle. In Winnipeg, as is the case in most North American cities, the built environment abandoned the bicycle sometime… Continue reading What I Learned About Cycling Infrastructure in Finland
With the beginning of a new year decade everybody is posting retrospectives on anything and everything. For the most part, these retrospectives have to be complied manually by compiling data from different sources. I’d argue that our lives would be more interesting if more services give us easier ways to reflect on the content we’ve… Continue reading Services Should Help Us Remember