It’s Wednesday night, 10:00 p.m. In her suburban Detroit living room, MontiLee Stormer is sitting down in front of the TV, her husband at her side and her laptop logged into Facebook. In Bethel, PA, Pamela V. Jones is doing the same. They are both tuned in to CBS’s CSI: Cyber – but not because... Continue Reading →
In exchange for handing out candy on All Hallows' Eve, I get to collect data and compare trick-or-treating stats from year to year. Because I'm a dork.
Causes, consequences, and where we go from here February 8, 2015 Shortly after midnight on August 4, 2014, the tailings storage facility (TSF) at the Mount Polley copper and gold mine breached, releasing an estimated 17 million cubic metres of water and eight million cubic metres of fine sand and mine tailings into Polley Lake.... Continue Reading →
November 29, 2014 “Growing up, I always liked the bad guys,” Joseph Mallozzi says from the couch of his furnished rental apartment in downtown Toronto. As he speaks, his three small, beloved, elderly dogs (two pugs and a French bulldog) lounge before him in the middle of the living room floor, each in his or... Continue Reading →
We're going on a journey through my head. I write about the stuff I find interesting, which runs the gamut from science fiction to politics, from Dancing With the Stars to behavioural economics. If you have a topic or story you'd like me to cover, please leave a comment and let me know. I'm ever curious... Continue Reading →