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Archive for September, 2007

Keep flying…

Saturday, September 22nd, 2007

It’s busy around here, which is why posting to the blog is sparse (to put it kindly). But the other day — really in passing, the way a bird might fly past the window, and the window is your life as you’re standing there and living it, except I was moving and the window was […]

On a roll…!

Wednesday, September 12th, 2007

One more article is up on my Articles published in FOCUS Magazine, Victoria, Canada page, in continuing the project mentioned here and here. This one was easy to convert since there weren’t any illustrations to add (and size). The magazine version has a couple of illustrations, but I chose to publish only my text here. […]

August is up!

Wednesday, September 12th, 2007

Another update on my Articles published in FOCUS Magazine page, which means that the August article is now online, too: Biophilic design: taking love to the street, with a “before” and conceptual “after” photo illustration by Robert Randall (local artist and chair of the Downtown Residents Association). Two down, 10 or so to go… later! […]

My FOCUS Magazine articles, online at last (eventually…)!

Wednesday, September 12th, 2007

For too long I’ve left my intention to post my monthly FOCUS Magazine articles on the backburner, but this morning I at least took a first step toward figuring out the best way to get them online. What I’ll be doing is converting my Word file submissions (which were published) into PDFs (and adding an […]

Deadlines — mirages for control freaks prior to hitting the caravansarai

Sunday, September 9th, 2007

I guess I’m happy — in that slightly dazed, exhausted kind of way. I missed my usual deadline for my FOCUS Magazine article, juggled half a dozen balls while writing when my hands were free, and now finished at last. But the article turned out to be about something I hadn’t expected to write about, […]

Pyjamahadeen — my word of the day

Tuesday, September 4th, 2007

If you read nothing else today (in the next 20 minutes, anyway), at least read Warren Kinsella’s on-target, surgically-precise commentary on blogging, The Rise of the Pyjamahadeen, in the September 2007 issue of The Literary Review of Canada. Warren Kinsella gets it — which is why he can create an entire article out of the […]

More on Black Press scandal

Monday, September 3rd, 2007

On August 21 I wrote about the scandal brewing at Black Press here in Victoria, which I learned about through — and which was otherwise consistently covered only by — local political writer and blogger Sean Holman. The whole story was otherwise largely ignored. (On Aug.28, I added an update to the original entry, again […]

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