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Things I’ve Written Lately

Posted October 1, 2015 by James Bow

It’s been a busy summer, and I have more writing bylines beneath my belt. Here’s a selection: Transit Toronto: A Brief History of Public Transit in Mississauga Transit Toronto: A History of the VIVA Network (Revised) Transit Toronto: Leslie Barns…

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Farewell to the Office

Posted September 21, 2015 by James Bow

I should note the passing of another phase of our writing careers. This has been a year of moving boxes. Back at the beginning of the year, we upped-sticks on our townhouse condominium to move into a full-fledged home…

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Post #3000

Posted September 20, 2015 by James Bow

Though my pace has slowed, the fact that I started this blog over thirteen years ago means that this is now my 3,000th post. It’s been as good of a diary as any. It has helped me get used to…

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How a food festival might save the publishing industry

Posted September 3, 2015 by Chandra Clarke

Chandra Clarke

In the wake of Jeff Bezos’ much ballyhooed purchase of the Washington Post, pundits have inevitably returned to discussing the slow and painful death of traditional media outlets. While it is worth noting that news of the deaths of some of the big news institutions has been greatly exaggerated, it is true that journalism is […]

Chandra Clarke – This material is safe for work. No really, it is.

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Stop the Presses

Posted May 6, 2015 by Lyn Brown

Photo credit: Theresa BrownHe wrote every day, religiously recounting his Arctic adventures, doing his best to recall details; to paint the colour and details in the story. And then he asked me to edit it. That was months ago. I would pick it up, peel …

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