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I've put together 14 high-quality original podsafe instrumental tunes from my Penmachine Podcast into a CD album you can buy. It also includes a bonus data DVD with a bunch of cool stuff that isn't on this website. Find out more...
Navarik Corp., my employer
( Disclaimer: this site is my own, and doesn't represent the company's position on anything)
Inside Home Recording, a podcast I co-host
Penmachine Podcast, free MP3s for you to download, remix, mash up, and share
who's playing my tunes?
Lip Gloss and Laptops, my wife's podcast that I engineer
The Editors' Association of Canada, to which I belonged
The Neurotics, my band
My Amazon Wish List Previous 10 posts:
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How to feel genuinely grown up »
Make software dumber »
It's a bloody war »
Why people hate Quark »
A new car era »
Career change »
Rock on, dude »
Thank you, Print Future-ers »
Panel discussion on weblogs and Web writing »
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Saturday, April 12, 2003
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If you're in the
Vancouver Sun Run tomorrow, Sunday April 13, look for me playing the drums on the big scaffold above the starting line at Burrard and Georgia streets in downtown Vancouver. It is our tenth (!) year playing the event.
On an unrelated note, here's why some people (like me)
get so much spam.
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