This is just a short note to let you know that I am still alive. Unfortunately, I haven’t had the time to craft a decent weblog entry and have let things fall to the wayside.
Here are a few items that I haven’t written about:
Paul Martin. (I had an idea for a story a … Read more
An online poll recently appeared on The Globe And Mail website asking the question “Do you vote in on-line polls?”. The best part is that some people chose the “no” option.
If the Toronto election was so exciting, why did less than 40% of eligible voters show up at the polls? Andrew Spicer cites lousy voting hours and poor distribution of voting cards. I tend to agree on Andrew’s … Read more
One year ago yesterday crazedmonkey.com went live. Since then this site has seen just under 150,000 hits, 35,000 visits and over 15,000 unique visitors. (This site existed before November 12, 2002, but not at its current address. My weblog also existed before then, … Read more
After almost a year, the Toronto election is finally over. And what an election it was! We were blessed with five leading candidates who had it all: experience, notoriety, charisma, strong (and oftentimes differing) political platforms, intelligence, and a passion for the city. Hell, if we could have somehow fused the best parts of each … Read more