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28
Sep
Going fast at Interbike
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[gallery] With everybody and their sister having access to good carbon fiber out of Taiwan now, it is the smart companies and innovative designers that come out on top. Every company is trying to take their slice of the pie in the triathlon/time trial market. The bikes are used as a bit of a showcase to show how the company sees its self and how clever they think they are. Every small seemingly insignificant detail is tested, re tooled, and…

23
Aug
The West End Rail Path
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[gallery columns="4"] The West Toronto Rail Path is quite the ride at night. Starting just west of the Dundas bridge, and riding north to Dupont you get smooth pavement, nice old buildings and maybe most importantly, no cars. Along the east side are old brick buildings, mostly warehouses and factories, with the rail line on the west. There is random graffiti marking the buildings, giving you the feeling of old mixed with new. The quality of the painting is somewhat mixed,…

23
Aug
The Bicycle Film Festival
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[gallery] The Bicycle Film Festival took place here in Toronto this past week. With events all over the city, from concerts to art shows, and the films them selves taking center stage. It is amazing to see the response to riding a bike and filming what happens. It seems that cyclists do have more fun than you other common citizens. There was a huge turn out for all the events. Its nice to see that all the hard work and…

21
Aug
The Toronto Storm
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[gallery] A huge storm rolled, and I mean rolled ( see pic 1), into Toronto yesterday at around  7 in the pm. So of coarse, my first thought is " lets go up to out metal roof and take some pictures". That is most likely the worst place possible, as we are the highest an metalist place around. Once the wind started blowing, and almost ripped our door off, we decided to retreat to ground level. The storm came and…

09
Aug
Clay and Paper Theatre
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09
Aug
Reflect
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[gallery] I recently got an application for my iPod called JD Reflect. Its a program that takes art work by Joshua Davis, digital arts master, and randomly combines images along your brush stroke ( your finger). The program decides the colour randomly ,from a colour pallet you choose. There are several different styles of art to choose from, Butterflies, Kimono, Coat of Arms, Stratoform... And if this wasn't powerfull enough, you can then take your created piece and apply a…

07
Aug
Why is E:PRiME…
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  E:PRiME is a way of thinking. It is a way of taking what is, and eliminating what could be, what has been, what could have been and what may become. How are things? What are things? Why are things? All things. This is a way of taking everything that I think of, and remembering them. I can refer back to myself. However, this is not about me. It is about everything around. It may actually have nothing to do…

07
Aug
What is E:PRiME…
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E-Prime (short for English-Prime) is a modified form of the English language which eliminates all forms of the verb to be: "be", "is", "am", "are", "was", "were", "been" and "being" (and their contractions 'm, 's, and 're). Sentences composed in E-Prime seldom contain the passive voice, which in turn may force writers or speakers to envisage things differently than they might otherwise. By eliminating most uses of the passive voice, E-Prime encourages writers and speakers to make explicit the agent…