Thanks For The Praise But Shut Up If We’re Shit OK?

Last night I sat around the dinner table with a bunch of friends. We ate, we laughed, we caught up, and then we all sat back and mulled over one of the most punk bitch Facebook posts I can recall seeing in a very long time. Grown ass man dropping the Facebook equivalent of a…

Is Anyone Reading This Shit?

So I was sitting in a Google Hangouts (best chat) and the subject of blogging came up among a group of well… Bloggers. The discussion went back and forth but something interesting (at least to me) came out of it. Has the landscape of online “media” changed or evolved to the point that people still…

The Definition Of Insanity

So I got a couple (2, literally 2) people who were pretty pissed off with the first line of my last post. I guess some folks don’t appreciate being called “dummy.” I like to call things “dumb” of late. I know I picked it up from something on TV or movies because it’s not like…

I Don’t Owe You Shit

I organize a Toronto based Twitter meetup every six months or so. It’s not so much a meetup as it is me inviting people I really enjoy spending time with (met through Twitter) to one place and let everyone catch up with each other. Toronto’s Twitter social scene is big, but everyone knows everyone. I always try to…

Chew On This: Tweeting Ladies; Go On Offense

I wrote “Don’t Be A Twitter Creep” a couple months ago. I’ve never been a fan of the way some people, primarily but not entirely men, use the Internet as a tool to creep on women. I’ve tried to make it as plain as day to guys out there that their poor behaviour isn’t welcome.…

Chew On This: Stop Rewarding Mobile Mediocrity

While sifting through my tech list on Twitter I came across a post about new parts that’ll be going into the iPad4. Something about that post really pissed me off. I wasn’t just angry at the idea of ANOTHER product coming down the pipe. I was mad at myself for even giving it the base…

Chew On This: Don’t Be A Twitter Creep

As many people know, I have an issue with people who ask “who’s going” when I’m planning an event. My philosophy has always been that if you plan an event with friends, it shouldn’t matter who is attending whether it’s 2 or 200. However, like anything in life, there are exceptions to the rule. Over…