Archive for May, 2014

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Selling Plastic Gills with Triple Backdraught

I used to have a Volvo.  Twice. The first was a sedan and had the Canadian flag painted on the roof and the Scottish flag on the hood. The second was a wagon and was a real beater. Both were great cars, but the method I bought them back in the 90s was a lot different than today. Before the
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Twitter Cover Photo Template

I have had a hard time trying to get branding and information in the twitter cover photo, but eventually came up with my own template. I think this pretty much works – it did for me – on all sizing on the social platform. Not that many come to your profile page when engaging with you, but if they do,
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How the Web Affects Us

Something like this would never happen without the advent of today’s technology. From the crowd sourcing to the showcasing of the resulting effect of the fundraising, none of this would be feasible 20 years ago. Not much more to say, as this story speaks for itself.    

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‘Look Up’ – A spoken word film for an online generation.

Some great thoughts about smart phones and dumb people. Social media is great, but like anything it should be used in moderation. This is especially important when it comes to our children. We need to ensure that our next generations are socially ept, not inept. This video by Gary Turk comments on this. There is a set number of days
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Halifax Metro Centre – Welcome to the 1980s

My wife and I looked forward to a great concert on the weekend. City & Colour (Dallas Green) was in town and we caught the show at the Halifax Metro Centre. Sitting about 3 rows up from the main floor, our row was roughly 25 rows from the top. As the concert got underway, many – including ourselves – pulled
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