If you haven’t heard of Spritz yet, you clearly haven’t spent too much time on the Internet lately and I… Read more This Amazing New App might ruin reading forever
Gary Goodyear is a chiropractor, family man, and a Christian. He doesn’t believe in evolution. He is not a scientist,… Read more Who is Gary Goodyear – and why should we fire him?
This letter was written by students (myself included) at the UBC Graduate School of Journalism in Vancouver, in response to… Read more Letter to the editor of the Nanaimo Daily News
Storify: North Korea is the most adorable totalitarian state ever Dictator Kim Jong-un’s rhetoric, intended to inspire awe domestically and… Read more Storify: North Korea is the most adorable totalitarian state ever
In 1996, writer David Foster Wallace published an essay, “E Unibus Pluram: Television and U.S. Fiction” in Review of Contemporary… Read more Irony, and why Our Contempt for Hipsters is Ruining Africa for Everyone
Why, in Edmonton, the heart of Canadian resource wealth, is the University of Alberta $40-million in the hole? Why is the… Read more Norway, the Heritage Fund, and Ralph Bucks
What do pipelines and condos have in common? Ivan Drury, a well-known social activist in the Downtown Eastside, says it’s… Read more What do pipelines and condos have in common?
Irony! This is a file I requested under Freedom of Information laws from the BC provincial cabinet, regarding their announcement… Read more [redacted]
I saw a kid getting off the bus the other day. Dangling from his Dakine backpack, probably a few weeks… Read more A challenge for fashion
Yesterday’s announcement by PM Harper in Vancouver – that science, not politics will determine whether Northern Gateway will be approved… Read more Blink (or fall into a coma) and you’ll miss it