Ethics and Accountability: What the NFL could learn from its Smaller, Poorer, Canadian Football League Cousins

The NFL pre-season officially launched yesterday to much fanfare, after counting down to the 2015/2016 season since approximately 30 minutes after the end of Superbowl 49 on February 2, 2015 (otherwise known as “the worst decision by a pro-football coach in history” or “when you’re inches from the goal line in the biggest game of … More Ethics and Accountability: What the NFL could learn from its Smaller, Poorer, Canadian Football League Cousins

That Time Google Thought I was a Virus, or: How I Lost and Found Myself Through the Internet

If you’d like a lesson in humility, start a blog, write for two years, and then try to find your blog through a Google search. Have you ever clicked through all the pages that come up when you do a Google search? It’s kind of fascinating. I had never gotten past page 3 before, but … More That Time Google Thought I was a Virus, or: How I Lost and Found Myself Through the Internet

Are We There Yet?

Remember those road trips as a kid? Sitting in the back seat, no seat belt to speak of, the wind whipping through your hair because dad had the window down to air out the smoke from his cigarette. It didn’t matter if you were going across town to grandma’s or across the country, those car … More Are We There Yet?

114 hours

The plea went out on Thursday, May 14th. Eugene Melnyk, owner of the Ottawa Senators NHL team, was in desperate need of a new liver. If he didn’t receive a liver, he would likely be dead within days. Through the miracle of medical science, as an alternative to a liver received from a deceased donor … More 114 hours