Who tweets about Canadian politics?
By February 6, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Who tweets about Canadian politics?

The Globe and Mail asked me to write a piece looking at #cdnpoli activity in 2012 and explaining a bit about Canadian political chatter using that hashtag.

Twitter ‘reacts’ to The Economist editorial on Stephen Harper
By July 9, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Twitter ‘reacts’ to The Economist editorial on Stephen Harper

An editorial in Friday’s edition of The Economist caused a minor ripple on Twitter. From Friday through Sunday, 265 tweets were issued (22 in French) from 235 Twitter accounts. The Economist piece, Time to flip: The voters may be starting to tire of the prime minister’s bullying, was picked up the National Post and other Canadian news organizations […]

The long and Tweet of it: what role did Twitter play in the election?
By July 4, 2011 1 Comments Read More →

The long and Tweet of it: what role did Twitter play in the election?

I wrote the following article for the June 2011 (current) issue of Campaigns and Elections Magazine (Canadian Edition). When our 41st general federal election was called, I proclaimed it would not be “The Twitter Election” many people were claiming it would be. While the label might have intended to recognize this particular election was going […]

Re:porter
By July 19, 2010 1 Comments Read More →

Re:porter

The latest edition of Porter Airlines‘ re:porter magazine features the article The Warmest Welcome about ramp supervisor Lloyd Watson. What makes this particular article remarkable is the obvious passion Lloyd has not only for his job, but for putting the interest of the people he serves and works with ahead of his own interest — […]

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