Career ambitions, provincial politics, and the untrustworthy behaviours of U.S. politicians grabbed my attention in January 2024.
Pride went before I fell into an anti-phishing trap set by my university. Here’s what I knew and why it still got me.
The end of my Master’s program will hopefully mean the beginning of a new blog habit. This post covers what I read in the week prior to 18 December 2023.
Information about the deadline extension for research project participation by parents, guardians, and caregivers of SD62 students.
Announcing the beginning of the Survey period for an independent research project at the University of Victoria.
There have been several explainers about a person who is new to the concept of the Fediverse and Mastodon specifically. This is the abbreviated explainer I wish I could have read when I first started posting to Mastodon in April 2022.
A new year means new resolutions to post more content to this blog. This post summarizes what I read during the week of 6 February 2023.
When governance documents are only readable and comprehensible by a few people who have the specialized training in how to read them, it excludes so much of the population who do not have the time, ability, inclination, resources, or preference to gain that kind of specialized training.
Some people have complicated reasons why they choose to regularly give to nonprofit organizations. Here’s an example of another one.
It can be both easy and difficult to admit something that you find embarrassing to a friend or family. Perfect strangers, however, are a completely different matter.