If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed and/or my free Digital Public Affairs Newsletter. Thanks for visiting.I will be speaking as part of the Parent Coffee Talk series of the Association for Bright Children (ABC) of Ontario, Ottawa Chapter, on April 14th. The talk will focus on the Just […]
I thought we were past insulting and trapping customers by using opt-out clauses. Apparently not. This image is brought to you by Microsoft‘s software licensing site, eOpen.
The last few weeks have been incredibly busy and I’ve fallen behind on emails and blogging (both reading and writing). I’m finally starting to catch up. Wait… maybe this post should have been a Twitter.
Considering I was originally blog-tagged four days ago by Bill Deys (and then two days ago by Charles Cadenhead), I would say that I’m decidedly late getting this post out. I will spare you the excuses. However, since I’m so late on the game for this one, I’m reluctant to tag anyone else since I’m […]
This evening — before settling in to conduct two interviews — I broke a rule known well to singers, public speakers and on-air personalities: don’t have dairy before your performance.
Daryl Cognito has coined a new, industry term: sloppy mouth. It’s a highly technical term that Daryl explains as the host sounding drunk. For me, the term describes a radio host here in Ottawa that I can’t listen to because I can clearly hear tongue, cheek and lip movements — not the kind of thing […]
For three days now (Saturday March 17 through Monday March 19), I have been trying to get through to Rogers Wireless technical support. For each of the six times I have called, I have navigated their voice automated phone system and consistently end up at a message that they are “currently experiencing higher than normal […]
Andrea and I were just interviewed by Jennifer of Microsoft Home Magazine. We’ll post details when the article is published.
When Bob Goyetche and I first started working on Podcasters Across Borders 2006, there were a lot of reasons to be concerned — mostly relating to financial commitments and community interest. Okay, concerns may not be the right word. Let’s say Stress, with a capital ‘S’. We took a big gamble, committing personal funds to […]
Registration for the 2007 edition of Podcasters Across Borders is officially live. If you want to attend, act quicky. There are only 160 seats available!!! Be sure to use the tag PAB2007 on all posts, photos, videos, etc… relating to the event.