My very first seasonal collection of stories, features, and blog entries. It’s just a few of the pieces featured here and in my Farm to Table food blog. In this edition: Internet privacy hoaxes, First Nations genocide, and early Rob Ford media backlash. Also: Stupid human tricks with bears and tourists, the joys of jerk […]
Internet Hoaxes: That Cell Phone Picture Won’t Lead to Child Abduction. Also, Obvious Hoax is Obvious.
Won’t someone please think of the children? That’s pretty much the theme of the latest “the web is watching” meme to hit Facebook and Twitter. In this one, parents are warned about taking cell phone photos of their children and then posting them online. Apparently, it is a dangerous, reckless parenting practice. A blog […]
This Peterborough Examiner article by my friend Sarah Deeth made me shake my head. “An Oshawa family drove up to Trent Lakes Wednesday to go sightseeing at the dump and take in some of the local bear-scavenging action when their van battery died at 11:30 p.m., Peterborough County OPP said. Adding to their growing concern […]
You can find my article on autism service dogs in the current online and print editions of Peterborough Kids, Lakeridge Kids, and Northumberland Kids magazines. You can also read it right here. This was on of the more interesting pieces I’ve written in quite awhile — it was inspiring to talk to parents and hear […]