Monthly Archives: January 2014

These Are … Whose Games?

It’s snowing white plump butterflies and all I can think of is snow tumbles and plain silly fun. Snowfall with chubby snowflakes is as quiet as can be, but also loud in what it evokes in one’s soul. Winter magic, you know. To that, one could add the titillating countdown to the Winter Olympics in… Read More »

The Case of Missing Innocence – A Sequel

Last night I attended Jesse Miller‘s talk about kids and social media: the good, the bad and the ugly. As expected, ugly can get uglier with a click and Miller explained how. The topic is as heavy as it is complicated. The recurring refrain was the one that seems to be the only viable solution,… Read More »

The Case Of Missing Innocence

It happened again. The ill combination of tech devices, hormones and bad judgment, plus a lack of boundaries has a handful of students from South Kamloops Secondary School (SKSS) in Kamloops in a painful knot. Will there be charges of child pornography laid in the latest case of inappropriate content swapping among high school students?… Read More »