The Flood

I want to post this now due to it’s immediate relevance. If you’re in Southern Alberta right now you might have more pressing concerns than social media but you’ll be rewarded if you can stay on top of it. There’s a lot of great info being shared today. According to The Weather Network social media is even being credited with saving lives.

In the midst of this full-scale disaster, emergency officials have also resorted to social media. The police department in Calgary was doing its best to keep the public informed with non-stop tweets.

You should be following:

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Imagine this playing while you sip a latte and digest my blog. Classy.

Great Minds and Taglines

I’ve been trying  to come up with a new tagline for my new blog. When the dull recesses of my mind finally offered up one that I liked it seemed a quick check of the internet would be prudent; the tagline’s clever but not terribly original. And yes, of course, someone has thought of it before me. I’m pleased to be in such fine company:

Before long, computers will be as trivial and plentiful as chairs (and a couple of decades or so after that, as sheets of paper or grains of sand) and we will cease to be aware of the things. In fact I’m sure we will look back on this last decade and wonder how we could ever have mistaken what we were doing with them for ‘productivity.’

How all my other blogs went.

How all my other blogs went.

What’s really impressive is that the article is dated 1999. I was still in high school while Douglas Adams was out conquering the internet – and 14 years later getting it completely right. I wonder what he would say about Google Glass.

And now let’s take this new blog for a ride.


My website is being brought back from the dead… again. It’s a good thing zombie movies are so in vogue.

Soon my website will eat your website’s brains. Get prepared while you can.