Smurfette in the dumpster (at The Globe and Mail)
Watch a replay of our Google Hangout, “Reinventing Breaking News for a Mobile Generation” above. Thanks to everyone who asked questions along the way.
Dang. Missed heckling my former co-workers on their Google Hangout today.
Nelson Mandela’s remembered on The Globe and Mail shortly after his death was announced.
The five proposals range from a shield – looking to some like a soccer logo or a beer label – to a stylized maple leaf exploding with fireworks, which some complained too closely resembles the Petro-Canada symbol.
Mixed reactions? How about: Awful.
Frank first launched Chromewaves„ one of Toronto’s leading music blogs, back in 2002. It exclusively explores the kind of music he’s into versus the taste du jour. As such, it has a certain Frank Yang flavour that can be recognized by regular readers. And after ten years, Frank is still very active. He is often spotted at Toronto venues checking out bands firsthand, and produces an enormous amount of original content for his fans on the regular.
Hey, I know him!
There are people with driver’s licences who don’t regularly drive or own cars and people who own cars who don’t use them to commute, but it’s a safe bet that people without driver’s licences don’t have access to a car, for the most part, unless someone else drives them to work on a regular basis.
As the map shows, many of them don’t have access to high-quality transit, either.
Patrick Cain, “Map: Many in Toronto’s inner suburbs don’t have driver licences”
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