All Things Digital and Disruptive
I write here with the goal of providing a unique slant on disruptive innovation, the future of retail and other digital things that include a lot of buzzwords I didn't learn during my MBA.
When I was 26 or 27, my boss at the time (hiya J!) sent me an email: “come to my office, immediately.” I ran to her office, afraid of being fired, only to find her starring aimlessly at her desktop screen looking flummoxed at the now familiar blue and white iconography of the Facebook news(…)
It’s serendipitous that I work for an Internet company because as many of my friends will attest – I love the Internet. I love the Internet so much I want to gay marry it, which, as republicans will probably point out, is part of the slippery slope of allowing gay marriage in this country. First the(…)
I Love Toronto
As of December 1st no member of the vampiric Ford family will be Mayor of Toronto; though in Crazy Town it is never quite over until Diane Ford sings. For now, however, it appears that the FoFam has been left licking their wounds, shunted to their Ward 2 stronghold, while the rest of Toronto breathes(…)
There’s been a huge to-do about the Toronto’s Island Airport and it’s primary tenant, Porter Air’s, desire to expand its operations including newer (and larger planes) coupled with newer (and further routes). To expand Porter needs a larger runway at Billy Bishop Airport and plans to use fancy Bombardier “whisper” jets instead of its current(…)
Welcome To My Carlsberg Years
They can also be your Carlsberg Years for the low low price of $7.99 monthly. Like Netflix.
This blog was named after a Carlsberg advertising campaign that tried to argue that your thirties were a decade of refinement and sophistication. Just like a Carlsberg? Shockingly when you Google Carlbserg Years this website comes up pretty early on. Shockingly have not been sued by Carlsberg. Yet.
What Are Your Carlsberg Years?
I was lingering at Starbucks recently and ended up listening to a bunch of girls (sidebar: when I re-read that sentence during the editing process, I recognized that it made me look a bit creepy, but seeing as I’m gay… I think I can get away with it) discuss their university mid-terms and the logistics(…)