February 23, 2011 · Briefs

Democamp 28

January 28, 2010 · Writing

Democamp 25 in pictures

Facebook, Facebook, Facebook.

December 17, 2009 · Writing

Hohoto 3.0: The one year anniversary edition

One year ago, Toronto’s Twitter crowd came together to raise money for the Daily Bread Food Bank. Yesterday: a third edition.

October 26, 2009 · Writing

Treasures from the Trinity College Book Sale

A journey through time courtesy of one of Canada’s best book sales.

October 22, 2009 · Writing


A real unconference, for a change.

October 7, 2009 · Writing

Richard Dawkins romps through Toronto

Everyone’s favourite atheist has a book out this fall and he’s on the road to promote it.

August 19, 2009 · Briefs


The summer edition of the holiday fundraiser.

July 30, 2009 · Writing

Doing it in the open: Michael Nielsen at Science 2.0

How online tools are changing scientific discovery.

July 29, 2009 · Writing

DemoCamp21: Evil Lair edition

Toronto’s favourite tech show-and-tell was back for another iteration but instead of being held in one of the quirkiest bars in Toronto, it took place in the basement of the Rogers Headquarters.

July 28, 2009 · Writing

Damian Conway on Aikido, Star Trek, and Perl

And Danish mind control, Greek mythology, periodic tables, the garbage strike, …

July 22, 2009 · Writing

FutureRuby Day 2: the highlights

Programming life, making noise, surviving robo blimps, and subsidizing the vodka industry

July 15, 2009 · Writing

FutureRuby, Day 1: biology hacking and rooftop partying

There ain’t no party like an Unspace party

July 12, 2009 · Writing

Sailing to FailCamp

Yacht club eh? How cool would it be to actually arrive on private vessel?

June 12, 2009 · Briefs

Briefs from Net Change Week

Social change; saving the net.

June 1, 2009 · Briefs

Bloggers invade the Spoke Club

Last week, a handful of local Toronto bloggers got together at the Spoke Club.

May 25, 2009 · Writing

A weekend of gallivanting around Toronto: Doors Open 2009

It was that time of year again — buildings all over the city opened up to the public as part of Doors Open Toronto.

May 20, 2009 · Briefs

Spacing’s Toronto the Good party, take five

Tonight was the fifth iteration of Spacing’s Toronto the Good Party. It celebrated a few things that are near and dear to my heart: Toronto, cycling, and architecture.

April 9, 2009 · Writing

Scenes from Mesh09

Seeing as I’m too wiped to write anything coherent, I’ll just post photos.

March 25, 2009 · Briefs

Computer Science shows off its stuff

Today was our Computer Science department’s Research in Action day — a big room is booked, it’s filled with smart people, industry professionals are invited, and good things happen.

December 16, 2008 · Briefs


Toronto’s Twitter addicts emerged from the virtual woodwork for HoHoTo, a rapidly organized holiday party at the Mod Club.

December 2, 2008 · Writing

Malcolm Gladwell packs Con Hall

Malcolm Gladwell was back in his old stomping grounds tonight to promote his third book, Outliers: The Story of Success.

November 4, 2008 · Writing

PZ Myers preaches to the choir

PZ Myers, a “godless liberal” and one of the Internet’s most popular bloggers was in Toronto on Halloween to talk about “Science Education: caught in the middle of the war between science and religion.”

August 25, 2008 · Briefs

Underwhelmed at Buskerfest

Buskerfest is a relatively new festival in Toronto which brings street performers to the St. Lawrence market Maybe it was […]