I cannot believe I found this in archive. My original website, hosted on Chebucto Freenet, from late summer/early fall 1996. This baby is 10 years old. I take pride in the fact that my website, while HTML 2.0, was simple and clean… rather than the multi-hued, colour riot that was so common back then.
There is a furor, yes, a raging furor, on the internet right now over Blogger’s deletion of some music/mp3 blogs from their service. For those of you who don’t know, an mp3 blog posts a review of an album AND a song or two as mp3. Usually, the reputable blogs have permission, which marketing people are more than willing to –more–
It has not been a good year for those that sacrifice themselves to lead the energetic arts and culture sector in Halifax. There is a growing feeling, hovering somewhere between ennui and abject despair, and it is expressing itself throughout the provinceâ€™s creative continuum. Halifax has never been an easy town to love if you are a creative person, or –more–
Republished from wayemason.ca The school board elections are a short two weeks away. In Halifax, the new, smaller Board means fewer seats, but the last few years of controversy seems to mean more interest and more candidates. Election signs and pamphlets abound. It has been some time since I have written about education. Call it a combination of burn out –more–