Posting multiple times per day is so Web 1.0, writes Eric Kintz, a marketeer with Hewlett Packard, at MarketingProfs: Daily Fix. He makes a 10-point argument as to why less is more. (H/T to cyberjournalist.net).
Yes, Toronto has people of Ecuadorian descent, or at least supporters of the country's national soccer team. Lots 'o flags, honking horns and jerseys present at Bathurst and College. I learned when I got home that they beat Poland 2-0 — not an insignificant accomplishment. Oh, to be in Quito! :) Germany's fans are either elsewhere or cooler [...]
According to a U.S. Congressman (as reported by The Globe and Mail), “South Toronto” is a hotbed of Islamic extremism. I live here, and I'm afraid I don't know what part of T.O. that Rep. John Hostettler (R., Ind.) is referring to. Unfortunately, Hostettler isn't a nobody. He's chairman of the immigration and border security [...]
The Bilderberg Group is meeting near Ottawa. Some excerpt from the CP story on globeandmail.com: “Some people say that I advocate a conspiracy theory. That's not true. I recognize a conspiracy fact,” said James P. Tucker. The 74-year-old American journalist has been following the Bilderberg group for decades, has written extensively about it, and recently published his [...]
Let the games begin! I'm delighted to see the return of the World Cup, although the Euro Cup 2004 had its moments too. For one thing, you really get a sense of what an international city Toronto is. People started flying the flags just about a month ago. The game itself is beautiful to watch (although [...]