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Reasons for picking up Writer’s Digest and Reader’s Digest

I didn’t plan it this way, but I have work in the recent issues of both Writer’s Digest and Reader’s Digest (Canada). So October is all about the Digests, yo. The only hitch is that neither piece is online as of now. So you need to get the print editions. (Or buy the digital edition […]

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Last week was a very, very good week

I’m still recovering from last week’s festivities and surprises. This recovery process included sleeping for 12 hours last night, which is almost unheard of for me, and spending most of yesterday afternoon and evening lying on a couch and trying to avoid anything resembling work. Last week was the MagNet/PWAC conference, the National Magazine Awards, […]

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Believe me, it really is an honor just being nominated

I came home from my regular Tuesday night boxing class at Blue Cat to discover that I had been nominated for a National Magazine Award. Yeah, welcome home to me. This being 2009, I found out via Twitter thanks to a message from Kim Pittaway. (She’s nominated for three awards! I’m a total underachiever.) Here’s […]

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RenderMan to the rescue

Contained in today’s Globe And Mail is the latest issuse of TQ, the paper’s quarterly technology magazine. I wrote the cover story about wireless security hacker Brad “RenderMan” Haines. He’s a talented white hat hacker based in Edmonton, and the profile raises a lot of important issues about wireless security. The full text is up […]

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