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I'm just teaching my son about the concept of privacy. How it's polite to close the bathroom door when you're in there doing your business. How certain aspects of one's life should stay within particular conversational contexts.
My son started grade 1 this week. His mom and I took him to his first class on Monday to meet his teacher and some of the other kids. We also wanted to survey the facilities to make sure it was an environment we were comfortable with.
Imagine, if you will, a long string of interwoven glass threads stretching across the landscape for hundreds of kilometres.
We live in an age of irony. Even as we shop in the market-driven spirit of eco-trendiness, we maintain technology-based habits that subvert the very spirit of going green.
One upon a time, I relied on my friend Steve Gedrose for musical advice. He owned a boutique CD store called Rose Music down on 4th Avenue, and he was a walking musical encyclopedia.
If you operate a mobile phone while driving, you are one of the 17 million Canadians who are complete and utter morons. No offence, though. Until very recently I was a moron, too.
This seems to be a valid question in Whitehorse. An alarming number of drivers around here simply disregard common traffic laws, patterns, and etiquette altogether.
Just over two years ago, Telus was badgered by the Vancouver Catholic community into removing themselves from the pornographic media industry.
As humans, we crave power and influence. For millennia we have manufactured technologies that enable us to satiate this hunger, primarily by enabling our proclivities for consumption and communication.
If you're a young person, somewhere between the ages of 13 and 18, you're currently involved in the first great cultural revolution of the 21st century. You may not be aware of it, but you are helping to redefine how we communicate and socialize.
It should have been a video game that pegged a platoon of starving space marines lost on a craggy planet just south of the Crab Nebula against a…
Okay, just to be clear, this isn’t yet-another-iPhone-3G review. I’ve read enough of those over the past two weeks; I think I’d…