This week I talk to Chelsea Vowel, Brooke Torgerson, Carey Newman, Conrad Saulis, Doug Jarvis, Karen Lawford, and Nahnda Garlow about identity.
The Indian residential school debate is and has always been about the right of one ethnic or cultural group to dominate and absorb another.
We go to the Internet for conversation and camaraderie and connection. There, we smell the virtual smells of other people, and it isn’t always pleasant or pretty.
The Roundtable Podcast Season 5 Episode 83, “Talking Twitter with Jon Kay.”
Convention be damned, thinks Crusher: there will be no deference to norms in the his White House.
Show a Millennial a 20-D printer that can make a functioning human liver out of silicone pellets, and they’ll say “That’s awesome”— which is what they say about a new craft beer or the latest Drake song. What does blow the minds of Millennials is when you tell them that you saw the Rolling Stones in the 1970s for five dollars.
OKAY, first of all. So I joined the Twitter around February, nine months ago. That means I’ve been on it long enough to make a baby. Which I guess means that I have made a tweets baby, or maybe it’s… Read More ›
The following are my most widely-shared posts on Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Reddit, Pinterest, Email, Press This and Google+
IN THE LATEST Roundtable Toronto Podcast, episode 65, Mandy, Greg, Andy and I discussed the social media. We talked about who was using what, how the respective media differ, and the contrasting uses and limitations of each. The consensus at… Read More ›
• Podcast 38 | Week of 14.04.2013 Download entire podcast (320 kbps mp3) | Visit The Roundtable on Facebook.
IT HAPPENS that I today regard the sudden retraction from Canadian soil of Linda Sobeh Ali, the Palestinian chargé d’affaires, as someone who has spent a number of years working in communications and public relations. In my profession — which… Read More ›