Archive for March, 2015

Ed The Sock Explains What Happened To Good Canadian Television

Posted on March 27th, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

Remember the days of Kids In The Hall? The days when MuchMusic was your favourite thing on TV because they actually played music? And for my parents generation, maybe you even remember SCTV and the original Degrassi? There was a time when Canadian TV was all about innovation, despite the tiny budget. No – because […]

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Why You Should Be Excited for Intel’s RealSense Technology

Posted on March 21st, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

The future is here yet again, thanks to Intel. We all know technology is at a groundbreaking point. We’ve come so far so fast, but while advancements have happened at a steady incline over the past decade, the number of ways we use technology in our life is about to skyrocket like never before. We’ve […]

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Today’s Quote – Paint With Sound

Posted on March 11th, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

Paint pictures with sound. First, find your white—the deepest, roundest sound you can play on the guitar. Then, find your black—which is the most extreme tonal difference from white you can play. Now, just pick the note where you’ve got white, pick it where you’ve got black, and then find all those colors in between. […]

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Lesley Gore – You Don’t Own Me

Posted on March 8th, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

Today is International Women’s Day, which means it’s the perfect day to celebrate how far we’ve come – but also to recognize how far we still have to go. My brilliant friend Maddy of Meat Locker Editions (an awesome female founded publishing company) wrote this little rant about #IWD, and it perfectly sums up my […]

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Skechers Spring Summer 2015 Collection

Posted on March 5th, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

Last week, I did something I normally loathe doing – I woke up and was out the door before 8am. I have never been, and quite likely never will be, a morning person. Normally, you’d be hard pressed to find me awake at that hour unless it’s for something specifically related to a job, but […]

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