• I’ve just won a copy of the Freelance Switch e-book, How To Be a Rockstar Freelancer, thanks to the contest run this week by Wake Up Later! I’m pretty excited! I’ll let you all know how the book is after I get through it!

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  • In my experience, the best things available to me at university, have nothing to do with the establishment itself. On a regular basis I see too many people putting their faith in the system, and the ones who do that have a hard time understanding the idea of taking their own earning into their own […]

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  • In the past two weeks BNET.com has become one of the sites I always need to visit daily. The site is well written, has useful information, is well structured, and it’s also well designed. I want to go over a few of the different aspects of BNET that I think make it a really good […]

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  • The school year has started again, in fact we’re already a month into it, and I’m still here working as part of my 2nd co-op work term well away from all the glamour and action of the school environment. Activity with SIFE Ryerson has started again and with my separation with the day to day […]

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  • Fear Of Freedom

    I read a short essay last week by Richard Stallman titled ‘Why “Open Source” misses the point of Free Software‘, in the essay he talks about how he sees referring to free software as ‘open source’ isn’t correct because of how the meaning of the term has changed paths from the meaning of ‘free software’ […]

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  • In 2 Months

    To help in making sure my current goals for the next two months are kept, publishing them here seems to be a good idea to help me stick to them. I heard from a professor of mine and also read a post from Steve Pavlina‘s blog about journaling that keeping a journal is a powerful […]

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  • Last semester at school, Ubuntu started to see its way onto the laptops of some students in my program. At that time, students started asking questions about Linux, questions came up about all the new applications that were available, and as the questions continued it became clear that Linux was starting to change the students’ […]

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