Last week was a whirlwind for me, both at work and at home. At work, it’s the typically busy-ness of preparing to get some campaigns launched (at least one of which you will hear about later on this week); at home, it was a lot of visiting with friends, and showing off our fancy recording digs at the Mercer Warehouse.
But while I was running around like an idiot, other people got to work writing fantastic blog posts. If you come across any in your travels, let me know about them using our handy submission form.
On with the fantastic words, in no particular order:
- Todd Babiak launched his own blog last week. Though his first entry was brief, you can count on some good forthcoming content from one of Edmonton’s best storytellers.
- Justin Jackson (who recently moved from Edmonton to BC, but I enjoyed the post all the same) wrote about re-thinking our desks — they’re workstations! — something I certainly need to do.
- Chris LaBossiere wrote with pride about one of his daughters and how his life in Edmonton has come somewhat full circle, stopping squarely in front of the Saratoga restaurant.
- Hockey blogger Jonathan Willis talked about Daryl Katz’s version of history when Katz purchased the Oilers from the EIG.
- Glenn Kubish shared a list of reasons why biking is a great thing to do — and I heartily agree with him.
- Jessica Holt is helping Brittney Le Blanc meet 5,000 people in 365 days. The process has already helped push Jessica outside of her comfort zone. Find out exactly how in this post from their blog.
Image by Mack Male on Flickr. Used under Creative Commons License.