This isn’t a post about design, but lets say that it is because what I will be doing is writing about design, and that’s what this is about. In the next day or two, the GDC National Blog will relaunch, with myself as the editor. I’ll be contributing entries on a weekly basis, some of […]
On Thursday evening, we caught a flight from Victoria to Calgary, had a short layover and took off for Winnipeg – we arrived 20 minutes early. The Winnipeg airport has a sign that proclaims “WINNIPEG WELCOMES THE WORLD.” It’s very retro. It reminds me of being very young and seeing 70s stuff everywhere. All that […]
Just got in from Winnipeg where I saw the rising waters first hand. There’s a lot under water. It’s sleeting in Calgary. Yetch!
I haven’t had a chance to really leave the hotel in the daytime yet, but I hope to do that today before we take off this afternoon when we return back to Victoria.
I’m at the GDC AGM in Winnipeg, getting a sense of the pulse of the organization at a national level. There’s a lot of productive dialogue going on regarding communications, the web, and moving the organization forward in a sustainable way outside of the web. I’ll be doing a tutorial later this afternoon on the […]
We’re at the Fort Garry Hotel for the National GDC AGM. Just had breakfast at 5:45 AM PST. Eaaarly!
I’m headed to Winnipeg tomorrow for a few days. There *will* be updates from the road, provided there is readily available internet. The camera and laptop will be coming with me. It’s been absolutely beautiful here in Victoria the last several days. We went for a walk on Monday night down to Dallas Road – […]
Here’s a wider view of the weir. See if you can see, in it, where the previous photo came from. I’ve been using this weir as a metaphor for monetary policy’s use of interest rates recently. As mentioned, the weir is used to regulate the level of the river and lake by providing more or […]
What a day! Bergamot just spent Sunday doing a shoot for Lynn Demers‘ sculptures on Saltspring Island. The new photos will be appearing on her website soon. We’re just waiting for the ferry to take us back to Vancouver Island now.
The website has been given a new lighter treatment. Let’s call it tech-rust. The above photo is from the weir at Lake Cowichan – actually not too far from the Caycuse Bell a couple entries back. It was built in 1956 and serves to regulate levels of both the lake and the river. On the […]