Weekly round up: June 20 - 2626 June 2011
The CBC deserves a better argument from The Ottawa Citizen
It's time to charge the real cost of parking from The Star
The mathematically challenged Tim Hudak from The Globe and Mail.
Go Figure: Do we understand 'risk' of mobile phone use? from BBC
Canadian goalkeeper makes history with goal at U-17 World Cup from The Globe and Mail
Why Canada? Why not? from The Ottawa Citizen
How `branding' is ruining journalism from The Washington Post
Swim without a life jacket while you still can from National Post
The History of Dialogue: Other People's Papers from The New Inquiry
I agree with the below letter writer, and would add that you celebrate those who join you in celebration rather than vilify those who do not wish to come, even when they are the mayor.
I didn’t vote for Rob Ford, but let’s face it – his opponents are merely using this as an opportunity to rip on him for not being politically correct. They have no real desire to see him at the parade, so let the guy be with his family so that everyone’s happy.
Jan Burton, Toronto (The Globe and Mail)
A lesson in tuition benefits from Financial Post
Artificial Sweetener Leaves Environmental Aftertaste from Discovery News (via Megan)
^ via Heather
Everything is a Remix Part 2 from Kirby Ferguson on Vimeo.
Everything is a Remix Part 2 from Kirby Ferguson
Everything is a Remix Part 3 from Kirby Ferguson on Vimeo.