This morning, I took part in my very first Skype conference. It was not without its problems. For some reason, my writing partner’s webcam wasn’t working properly and, as a result, he appeared as a faceless avatar for the call’s duration. 606 more words
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February 12, 2014: The final leg of the Hot Chocolate Festival! Rounds #16 - #20! Our Stargate: Atlantis rewatch continues with…Home!
We’re in the stretch run of our Hot Chocolate marathon!
High Society: Earl Grey drinking chocolate. Served with East Van Roasters’ signature gluten-free brownie and candied orange. 926 more words
February 7, 2014: Planning ahead and picking our April Book of the Month Club pick! Our Stargate Atlantis rewatch continues with…Poisoning the Well!
Yes, our Book of the Month Club is back and we’re kicking things off with a March 3rd discussion of Matthew Kloos’s Terms of Enlistment… 1,549 more words
February 5, 2014: The Vancouver Hot Chocolate Festival tour continues! Rounds #14 and #15! The Ampamakia vs. The Banana Split! Our Stargate Atlantis rewatch continues with…Suspicion!
Never let it be said I don’t make sacrifices for you blog readers. For the past several weeks, I’ve made the ultimate sacrifice – sampling and reporting on the various (60+) flavors being offered as part of this year’s Vancouver Hot Chocolate festival…so that you can sip and experience vicariously through me. 1,135 more words
February 4, 2014: Does McDonalds really want you to know what's in their McNuggets? Really? Dog matters! The Stargate Atlantis rewatch continues with 38 Minutes!
So one of the ads that did air here during the Superbowl was a commercial for McDonalds Canada that seemed to invite questions about the ingredients in their McNuggets: 1,712 more words
February 3, 2014: The Superbowl wrap-up! Our Stargate Atlantis rewatch continues with Hide and Seek!
Whoa. Didn’t see that coming. Well, I kind of did given that I correctly predicted a Seahawks victory (see last blog entry), but I was far too generous in my estimation of the Broncos’ offence (and clearly underestimated the Seattle defense). 1,143 more words