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The eight ball says 133

The eight ball says 133

When I first heard of a new U.S. survey that found almost half of all Internet users turned to the web before making major life decisions I scoffed – then realized I was only scoffing at myself.
Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Thank you, Doug Perry Thank you, Doug Perry, mastermind and master-make-it-happen-guy behind the TELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival, for everything you do.
"It's more than the adrenalin rush of sliding downhill that draws people to the mountains." - lessons from the Fest

"It's more than the adrenalin rush of sliding downhill that draws people to the mountains." - lessons from the Fest

Two weekends ago, to promote the Telus World Ski and Snowboard Festival, organizers took the festival to Vancouver, holding a rail jam outside the Vancouver Public Library on a Saturday night.
Google releases web calendar

Google releases web calendar

The problem with date books and event calendars is that you can only really have one going at any given time, and it’s really only as good as you are.
Paranoia and holding hands

Paranoia and holding hands

Maybe I got in line twice when they were handing out paranoia but it seems to me there are signs out there suggesting Whistler should be preparing for significant change, and we seem to be meandering along in a business-as-usual mode.
Ergo I am

Ergo I am

I’ve been in the professional writing game for about eight years now, including a year and a half as a copywriter for a marketing company in Toronto, and recently it’s started to hurt.
Diversification , courtesy, highway barriers, and condo prices

Diversification , courtesy, highway barriers, and condo prices

Time to speak out visi Having read Bob Barnett’s Opening Remarks this week and being one of the three Tourism Whistler board members who did not choose to run for a second term, I think it’s time to speak out.
Kudos to Andrew, the benefits of Thank you, cross-country, community radio and caring for felines

Kudos to Andrew, the benefits of Thank you, cross-country, community radio and caring for felines

Thanks for understanding, sharing Andrew Mitchell's article on the Paralympic Games in Torino was excellent – he's far too modest about his reporting abilities.
Apple turns 30…in court

Apple turns 30…in court

It’s been a long time since a couple of college drop-outs by the names of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak first assembled 500 wood-encased motherboards in 1976, for sale to a growing home computer hobby market.
Whistler’s power triangle needs to be expanded

Whistler’s power triangle needs to be expanded

To understand the power structure in Canadian cities, SFU professor Ed Gibson used to say, you only have to look at the skylines. The tallest towers in Canadian cities belong to banks. To understand how the U.S.