Copyright for You and Me – My censored post

As I mentioned in my last post, I wrote an informational piece on how copyright is relevant for post-secondary students, even if we aren’t writing novels and recording music. It was censored, so I’m posting it on my own blog. I don’t think there was sufficient cause for censorship, but oh well. This post is … Continue reading

Why I will no longer be contributing to Hart House Blog

If you follow me on Twitter, you may know that I’ve been a Hart House blogger since the new year. I like blogging, I am passionate about student life, and I have a lot of personal ties to Hart House, so it made a lot of sense to blog for them. I was getting paid … Continue reading

Is it EVER okay to blog about work?

For most bloggers, it is inevitable that you will blog about work.  Your annoying coworkers, your boss who just can’t relate, your unreasonable clients, etc.  I haven’t taken the time to look back on the things that I’ve written, but I’m willing to bet that via the combination of things that I’ve tweeted and blogged, … Continue reading

Twitter me > |real me|

This is probably old news for most, but a new realization for me, so here goes. I know a lot of people think that Twitter is a weird phenomenon where losers with nothing better to do talk about what they’re eating, where they are, what they’re wearing.  Myself and many other Tweeters, I’m sure, disagree.  … Continue reading

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