Day 18 of the A-Z Blogging Challenge and the letter R. Thanks for Rainy Days and... Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot's Rainy Day People And that's just what I was thinking as I walked along in the rain, that rainy days are great for connecting with people. Gordon Lightfoot expresses it so beautifully. He's lovely! And... Continue Reading →
How do you know you’re in Canada?
Walking home last night from a Swamp Blues jam session, this scene caught my eye... So what's so special about this? What's so distinctly Canadian? Is it the flowers in the foreground? Is it the darkened café, lights dimmed to save energy? None of the above. So what is it that makes it so very... Continue Reading →
A Machine To See With Heightens Visual Acuity
The Brighton Digital Festival kicks off today with A Machine to See With, an interactive, living film that you star in! It happens via your mobile phone and takes you on a mini-adventure through the streets of downtown Brighton. No, you don't end up on camera but the suggestion is there and, if you're... Continue Reading →