Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Goodbye So You Think You Can Blog.

This course is done, and quite frankly, I care more about my other blog. So check it out because it has everything thats on here, plus a heck of a lot more.

Happy Summer everyone.

Why the F do you have a kid?

Why the F Do You Have a Priceless.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Jason Lee Parry Photography.

Jason Lee Parry is a 29 year old photographer who currently lives in Los Angeles, California. With his specific artistic style, he offers something different to the world. These days it seems that just anyone can snap a picture and call themselves a photographer, but Jason has a talent for telling a story and capturing an authentic response of any kind from his audience. He is self taught and originally from Portland, Oregon.

I'm really, really into this guys stuff. It's really unique and has this classy grunge feel. LOVIN!

Sunday, March 29, 2009

They thought I might like this, and boy were they right! A blog that posts about art. All kinds. My personal favourite (seen above) the SCANWICH. Scanning of sandwiches. Why didn't I think of something so smart?

Friday, March 27, 2009

Yet another blogging.

Jason Clark. Western grad turned west coast inhabitant turned blogger! Yet another friends blog to explore. JC's Anchors. & Hearts. is full of anything from life stories, music, politics, and more. Check a homie out.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Sharing is Caring...

And just because the PeepShow post left me in the mood for boarding, here's the teaser for Alex Beebe's PeachHat movie featuring some of my favourite Ontario boarders and people in general.

PeachHaat Teaser from Beebe on Vimeo.


The videos we watched in class last week really made me realize that THIS IS THE END!!!
Well, maybe things arent all that dramatic...yet. But the more I think about it, the more I tend to believe the things that were discussed in the videos. I mean, as a "twenty-something" (ok just twenty) year old student I:
1. Get any news about the world either from my iGoogle homepage, people's facebook statuses, the Western Gazette, or flipping through the TV channels around 5pm.
2. Listen to the radio only when in my car and my iPod is either a) at home or b) out of batteries.
3. Watch the majority of television online (I tend to forget when my favourite shows are on) or casually for 15 minutes as i'm eating a meal.

So it's clearly been established that I am not contributing to the last strings holding up these industries. Almost everything I do no is online!

I think this is probably the case because it's just so convenient. I wake up, there's my laptop beside my bed. Open it up, and with a click of a button I can get anything I would get from Radio, TV, or News all in once place, and all at one time! I can be much more selective as well. I dont have to sit through Soap Operas or Celine Dion to wait for my favourite thing to come on.

Even though I tend to consider the suffering of these three to be quite a considerble loss, I really have no place in saying it, i'm the reason they are suffering how they are. It's because of my generation, the twenty-somethings that have embrased the power of Web 2.0 and the technologies that go along with it. And it doesnt even end at what I use on a daily basis. There's still podcasts, satellite radio, DVRs, WebMagazines and Newspapers, all contributing to this loss in their own way. I think it's time for us to embrace this change, not try to fight against it. What's wrong with change? Obama digs it...