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The Not So New Internet Marketing – Just a Bigger Hammer

I’ve had the opportunity in recent weeks to attend two Ottawa gatherings on blogging. One was based on the Mom and Pop Blogging phenomenon. The other was a more general one, WordCamp Ottawa, organized around WordPress, the behemoth which provides the host … Continue reading

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“I’m as mad as Hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!”

The post title are not my words, but from the film Network (1976). This unforgettable quote by Howard Beale (the late Peter Finch), is one of a treasury of lines from that movie that remain scarily relevant today. But this has nothing … Continue reading

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Lights, Camera and Action!

Several Carleton University senior Journalism students proposed the production of a short documentary as a requirement for one of their courses leading to graduation. The exercise was a great experience as we filmed and interviewed our way through the Diefenbunker’s various rooms … Continue reading

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Ice Floats, Doesn’t It? A Bit of Strange Science from World War 2

As the Diefenbunker research chugs on, and a writing plan starts to take shape and substance, I have a second project in the planning stages (that means it’s in the back of my mind, in a very dusty place). The … Continue reading

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Heritage Ottawa – Gordon Cullingham Grant

I recently received great news from the Heritage Ottawa Association that I am to be one of two recipients in 2014 of a grant from the Gordon Cullingham Research and Publication Fund. Gordon Cullingham was a well-known Canadian journalist, broadcaster, editor and heritage … Continue reading

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