All posts tagged “travel

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And we’re back

Welcome to 2019. I am currently in transit and catching up on some internet reading and email on my way back to Toronto. At this time of year it is, of course, common to reminisce (or lament) about what happened over the last year, as… Read More

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Oi Rio

I just arrived in Rio de Janeiro, which is where I’ll be for the next ten days. Here is a photo looking south from the rooftop of our hotel (more photos to follow on Instagram): Today was a fairly relaxed day after many hours of… Read More

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Flights per day

I recently wrote about this visual essay – showing the world’s population – from The Pudding. They have some great essays. So I went exploring today.  Here is one that looks at the phenomenon of “poor-country urbanization” by way of the number of flights per day… Read More

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Melting lollipops

I’m out of office for the next week and so I’m going to try a bit of photoblogging. Here is a photo that I took this afternoon at Elena Bulatova Fine Art Gallery on St. Armand’s Circle. I really liked the art, and especially the melting… Read More

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Tropical Tobermory

I am in Tobermory at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula right now.  Above is a photo of the shoreline along Little Dunks Bay that I took with my Fuji. The water looks positively tropical, but it’s probably about 4 degrees celsius. It was perfect… Read More

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Going dockless

A couple of months ago I wrote about Bird, the electric scooter sharing company that is trying to solve the last-mile problem. They are expanding across the US and it is seemingly wildly popular. But its popularity is also leading some people to call them… Read More

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Cities are the destinations

Resonance Consulting out of Vancouver has a new report out: 2018 Future of Millennial Travel. You can download a free copy here. Resonance does great work and really gets content marketing. The first chapter immediately caught my attention, perhaps because it’s called, Cities are the… Read More