Synopsis: The weather is a bit nicer here than Kitchener. Ask me about my fifteen minutes of famous-person story. Jamie and Tammy are married now. And no sooner than it was here, it was gone - we are leaving again on Friday or Saturday.
Not long after we arrived, we bumped into a couple of friends from a customer of my old work, who are apparently quite regular blog checkers! Hi, Juliette and Yonita, and hope you know lots about debugging IIS now. If anyone else reads this the old-fashioned way, there's a link to the right of this post that reads "Have updates sent by e-mail". Click it, or the link in the previous sentence, and enter your e-mail address for a totally spam-and-advertising-less copy of each post, in your inbox, as I write it.
Which is, obviously, once every not often enough.
You can also use a news-reader and RSS, which stands for Rodeo Style Syndication something geeky, but is neatly explained in very plain Queen's English in this here video:
I promise to do more on our return to Canada to make for interesting reading. In the meantime, a friend of mine from improv in Toronto writes online a fair bit, and even represented bloggers in Canada's televised IQ test "Test the Nation" recently. Even though bloggers are smarter than the average Canadian, I don't really want to be one. I just write stuff down so the Internet knows about it.