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October 23, 2015

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Modern Gentleman List

I read the Times article “27 Ways to Be a Modern Man” with a mix of fascination and horror. Fascination because I couldn’t believe someone actually espoused some of the featured points and horror because by the end of the list, I realized someone did. Eventually I realized the author is referring to the “average man” […]

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April 7, 2015

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I love ProtonMail

Let’s face it. My blog has been a vent to bitch about stuff, sometimes; rarely accented with useful technical information. This time around, for once, I love something enough to blog about it. I’m talking about ProtonMail, the free encrypted email service from Switzerland. Amidst revelations that the US has been spying on its citizens […]

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May 23, 2014


Those Gamer Girls

Like most parents, I think my kids have talent. They are Those Gamer Girls you hear about, but never seem to meet. Part tomboy, part techie, not much into makeup, not much into guys, totally into anime and video games. Absolutely video games. When they visit me at my office, I’m always surprised by what […]

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March 21, 2014

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Spammed by Transcontinental

I smelled this getting off the elevator… When I left Transcontinental, I suspected this might happen, because I became aware, in the last few weeks of working there, that there was a blatant disregard on the part of the marketing team, for the upcoming anti-spam rules and regulations. There was a sense of ownership of […]

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August 13, 2013

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Could Cloud Privacy in Canada be the basis of a business model?

I read an interesting blog this morning on Allstream’s blog about cloud privacy in Canada. See the Robert Hart‘s article here: http://bit.ly/19pMFZd It’s very relevant, even though it’s the tiniest bit self-serving; he writes, after all for Allstream, a Canadian cloud provider. Being president of the Canadian Cloud Council does qualify him very well to talk […]

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