My trial version of Radio expires in one day, possibly tomorrow. Since the only platforms Radio supports are Windows and MacOS, it is doubtful that I will buy a copy as I use Linux at home. I have been using Radio from work and, while I have been impressed, I don’t think it is worth … Read more
Archive for August, 2002
Many who know me are aware of how I loathe the popular music of the day. Much of it causes me actual physical pain. It is because of this that my gym has become my own personal hell. Three days a week since February, they have been piping in the same tunes over and over … Read more
Drinkers in British Columbia will soon have until 4 a.m. to imbibe alcohol at their favourite bar or pub.
I’ve always thought that Toronto should do something like this, although it would never happen. Before the World Cup, businesses lobbied city council to increase the hours where alcohol could be served so that … Read more
I recently finished Kazuo Ishiguro‘s The Unconsoled and am terribly glad that I kept with it after the first half.
It is very difficult to read a novel in which you abhor the protagonist, which is how I felt about Ryder, the novel’s narrator. Here … Read more
Sunday I went to the Taste of the Danforth with my friend Vic and his friend Kevin. This food festival features booths providing culinary delights of various restaurants along the Danforth.
The name “Taste Of The Danforth” might evoke a lush variety … Read more