Interesting side effect of paying attention to Edmonton blogs: The more you look, the more you find. Same thing happens to when I start cleaning up messes in my house. This is way more fun. A sampling:
Trent Wilkie has launched a delightful new blog called The Undad, chronicling his paternity leave. It’s already on my must-read list. (Photo of Trent and his baby boy, used with permission.)
What else can I recommend?
- Speaking of parenting, here’s a vignette from the inimitable Todd Babiak.
- The Oilers blogs are almost too full of sadness to read, but this one from Jonathan Willis on OilersNation gets a nod for the Princess Bride reference.
- Sarah Jackson, aka Luzzara, is working on bringing Edmonton’s many cafes together through Coffee Week.
- The ladies at 204 Park have put together a lovely Edmonton-centric holiday gift guide.
- Lori at Frugal Edmonton Mama has 50 ideas for fun winter date nights.
- Glenn Kubish took a walk, because he had to, and was rewarded with a beautiful sight.
- Mack Male recaps DemoCamp Edmonton 26, a showcase for startups, this time with audio.
- John Richardson recalls his surprisingly successful foray into artificial intelligence.
- Janelle Aker shares a beautiful spoken-word tribute to femmes by Ivan Coyote, who was in Edmonton this week.
- Jerry Aulenbach captures Mayor Don Iveson cutting the virtual ribbon (via Oculus Rift) at the rebranded Edmonton Digital Arts College, formerly known as Guru.
- And Gillian Thomson visits with connector extraordinaire Chris Gusen on The Noteworthy.
I also add my picks to my Flipboard magazine, Best of the #yeg blogosphere.