Here’s the final blog roundup of the year, a little late because of a busy weekend that involved ringette and a sojourn in the mountains. I promise the roundup will be back in 2016 — I love this way of learning about my city and the people in it: Collaborations and creations A “semi-granola optimist” responds to … More Edmonton blog roundup: Dec. 14, 2015
Meet Colin MacIntyre, creator of the vital and hilarious Long John Index, a service he runs during Canada’s colder months to suggest how we should dress for the weather. … More Episode 22: Colin MacIntyre
Savour these, because this is the last podcast roundup of 2015. I’m taking a couple of weeks to pay attention to my family without my headphones in, and stuff like that. But fear not — this is too fun to quit, and I will be back in January with regular coverage of Edmonton’s growing and diverse … More Edmonton podcast roundup: Dec. 11, 2015
‘Tis the season, I suppose — you can’t swing a holly branch without hitting a gift guide in blogland these days. I’ve got a bit of bah-humbug in me, but these posts are actually pretty useful for a locally focused person like me.
And so, let’s begin with gifts and giving: … More Edmonton blog roundup: Dec. 7, 2015
Meet Linda Hoang, the self-described “social media lady” behind linda-hoang.com and the online identity @lindork.
Oh my goodness, did we ever laugh a lot in this interview. … More Episode 21: Linda Hoang
This will be a full one, because I missed some favourite podcasts that came out last Friday, found some new ones, and managed to smush quite a bit of listening into this week: Hacked is back with a terrifying yet fascinating look at the problem with passwords. Jessica and Katie, two-thirds of the team behind Boozy Boob … More Edmonton podcast roundup: Dec. 4, 2015