Monthly Archives: November 2012

Movember 2012: Wrap-up

The last few hours of Movember 2012 are upon us. Given the fact that it was my first time growing a mo, it was great to be part of a great cause. I was pleasantly surprised by a few things, … Continue reading

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Movember 2012: Part Four

It’s officially the last week of Movember! Looking back at the last few weeks, I am pleasantly surprised by how my mo came out. I’m proud of myself. It isn’t every day that I venture out of my comfort zone … Continue reading

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Movember 2012: Part Three

It’s hard to believe Movember is already more than half over. Anyways, the mo has really started to grow in more. And I’ve gotten some interesting comments from friends and family, who aren’t used to seeing me with a mo. … Continue reading

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Accessibility Camp Toronto

Yesterday, I attended the second annual Accessibility Camp Toronto, a one-day “unconference” about digital accessibility when it comes to users with disabilities, at OCAD University. This wasn’t the first time I’ve attended an “unconference.” (a specific kind of conference where … Continue reading

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Using Google+ in corporate communications

My latest blog post for IABC/Toronto is up! I share my thoughts on the benefits of using Google+, one of the latest social media trends, in corporate communications. IABC/Toronto is the Toronto chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators … Continue reading

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Movember 2012: Part Two

Well, week two of Movember has come and gone.  And my mo is slowly started to come in. I also spoke to my friend Adam Weitner, a fellow first-time Mo-Bro, about his motivations for participating as well. According to Weitner, … Continue reading

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Movember 2012: Part One

This past week saw the start of this year’s Movember campaign, a month-long event in which folks grow and sustain moustaches for the four weeks of November to raise funds for men’s health, particularly, prostate cancer and, now, mental health. … Continue reading

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