Canada’s Hockey Anthem Challenge entries uploaded

The National Game I uploaded three Hockey Night in Canada theme contest entries this morning. To rate and comment on them on the CBC Hockey Anthem Challenge site, follow these…

Flatiron

First successful implementation of the Gorillapod, on the sidewalk outside C’est What after a few pints of “Hop Addict.” Note how, like the party guest that no one remembers inviting,…

Episode 02: Listen there, comment here

I worry that there may be one of you out there, or perhaps less than one, maybe half of one of you, who subscribed to the Steve of the Web…

Have you seen these spirit killers?

Found street art. Edit: Pardon me. Sprit killers.

Nothing to say other than wordpress rocks

i’m saving it all up for the podcast now. this post is just killing space. andrew maxwell is the funniest living irishman next to dylan moran, nevermind leary, word has…

Steve of the Web podcast goes solo

The Steve of the Web podcast now has its own blog at steveoftheweb.com/podcast. It’s also available via the iTunes store. We’ll still announce new episode launches here, and we’ll discuss…

The Steve of the Web Podcast, Episode 01

This is Episode 01. There will be bugs. Please send bug reports to podcast (at) steve of the web dot com – if you can be arsed. Subscribe to the…

Martha Wainwright

Martha Wainwright performs at Harbourfront Stage as part of Canada Day celebrations. She told the all-ages audience that she was wearing red and white to celebrate Canada’s birthday, plus, “I…

Bluenose II moored at Harbourfront

Scrambled down to Harbourfront after watching a couple schooners cruising in from the office window. Caught up to this one with an EFS 10-22 lens and a Hoya polarazing filter…

Ditching

Not knowing why you’re doing what you’re doing, while you’re doing it: isn’t that madness? Holding on to a slime-covered rock at the bottom of a lake, pondering the balance between the weight of sodden corduroy and cotton and the buoyancy of your lungs and the water sliding under your belly to wedge you up, under your chest, telling you this is silly, that it’s a little thing, they’re your friends, let go.