- Producer11/03/2017The Positive Effects of Peninsula Living On A Tightly Wound Toronto GuyBecause of the Sunday memorial service for my brother Bob, the Digital Sunday Paper will be appearing a day early. If this screw up your weekend, I'm apologize. But there will simply be no time to post it tomorrow., My wife Heather and I have been...
Comments11/03/2017 #1 Todd JonesJim, while reading this post, I couldn't help but draw a parallel between booming city life and big growth social media sites.
At first, everyone seems friendly and engaging. Then come along the trolls and douchebags, and civility becomes a casualty. It's almost like all things human have an inherent limit on population density, which when reached or breached leads to and inevitable exodus of valuable contributors.
Unfortunately I see this tipping point rapidly approachng with beBee. We have already lost some of my favorite contributors to the fray.
I am glad you like your new home, and if you ever decide to move your outstanding blogging efforts to a new site, I hope that you will keep me posted as to its whereabouts.
- Producer01/07/2016Ontario Is For the DogsBACK IN MY SPIRITUAL HOMELAND, I AM REMINDED OF A SMALL THING ABOUT ONTARIO...For the record, I spent a very substantial portion of my adult life living and working in Canada, and still consider it my spiritual homeland. Canada displays a much...
Comments02/07/2016 #6 Paul Walters@Phil Friedman I type this in an Airport as I make the long trip to Vancouver from my sanctuary in Bali. You Canadians are such "nice' people although you stole my daughter!!!!! "A quick skiing trip to Whistler, be back soon" she said. That was eight years ago!!! She is now on the cusp of being a Canadian ( or nice person) and is getting married in a few weeks . Oh dear, must away , pollen to gather and honey to make !!!