Leaves fall to the ground. And Edmontonians continue to drop great content. See what I did there? Parallelisms. Of language. Yeah. Anyway, some newcomers on the scene this week, as well as some familiar storylines. If you know of any great things happening in the Edmonton blogo/podosphere, let me know about them using our handy submission form.
Here’s some of the content I enjoyed last week:
- My good friend Cary Williams started a blog last week. In his inaugural post, Cary explains his reasons for starting at all (and includes me as one of the “reasons”).
- Speaking of firsts, I Dig Your Girlfriend launched their podcast this week — which they recorded at our studios at Guru Digital Arts College.
- Daryl Katz’s bluff failed to resonate with Edmontonians, to put it lightly. Jason Gregor over at OilersNation explained why. Katz issued an apology by way of news paper ads in the Journal and Sun this past weekend.
- Todd Babiak talked about how Edmontonians try to articulate what they like about the city.
- Friends of mine are traveling in Europe, and had the opportunity in their travels to visit the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. So lucky!
- Dana DiTomaso, who recently announced her new company Kick Point, is blogging in more-or-less real-time about starting and running a company.