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THE GREAT SOCIAL MEDIA STORY: Don’t Call it a Comeback!!!

Another birthday in the bag and I’m long overdue for a solid blog post. Admittedly, part of my recent absence involved my two-week vacation from work and my choice to spend more time with my family, time stolen away by the 9-5 I work to keep him well. But […]

Baby Shower — SO MANY BABY CLOTHES

THE GREAT SOCIAL MEDIA STORY: The Dawn of the Daddy Blogger

I recently had lunch with a friend who pointed out that I’ve been a bit of a recluse lately, vanishing from the Toronto Twitter social scene. As we enter the final month of Sarah’s pregnancy (I know, right?!), I’m tying up loose ends on all fronts. Assembling furniture and installing car seats. Completing […]

THE GREAT SOCIAL MEDIA STORY: This Is It. Right Here. Right Now.

What keeps you up at night? Worries? Feelings of inadequacy? I was going to hit the sack a half hour before I started writing this when I decided to check whether Drake’s family had responded to his cut “Too Much” from Nothing Was the Same*. Within minutes, I came […]

Casey Palmer in Repose

THE GREAT SOCIAL MEDIA STORY: Blogging Ain’t Everything!

Like a Jay-Z retirement, I wasn’t stepping away from the social media game, but my relationship with it was definitely changing. When I met someone at Friday’s TacoTweetup who asked how many tweetups I’d been to, his eyes bugged out when I answered “I dunno — 100? 150?” For […]

THE GREAT SOCIAL MEDIA STORY: I Am Not a Blogger

Have you ever done something for ages, suddenly realizing that you’ve been branded with a term that either sells you short or diminishes what you really are? Michael Jordan would eventually try different hats a coach, actor, baseball player and ultimately a very successful businessman, but most people […]

Young Casey Palmer — 8 or 9 Years Old?

THE GREAT SOCIAL MEDIA STORY: NEVER Forget the Fun!!!

I’d been lying to myself all along. I’ve been stuck in a rut for who knows how long, and it’s been getting harder to hide — my blogs grow increasingly critical of the blogging industry around me; I find it harder to put a solid post together now […]

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