In the Year 2525


I posted this on the Transit Toronto website:

Those in favour of installing a private right-of-way for streetcars along St. Clair are encouraged to attend two public information hearings on the project. It is important to have your voices heard, even as the St. Clair Business Improvement Association raises concerns about the project. The public meetings take place at the following date and times:

Thursday, October 16, 2003
Joseph J. Picininni Community Rec. Centre, Gymnasium
1369 St Clair Ave West (West of Lansdowne Ave)
Open House Displays :5pm-7pm.
Presentation 7:00pm (followed by a facilitated discussion period).

Tuesday, October 21, 2003
Brown Community Centre, Gymnasium
454 Avenue Road (just south of St Clair W)
(open house 5-7pm)
persentation 7:00 pm (followed by a facilitated discussion)

If you wish to speak at these events, please call the public consultation co-ordinator 416-392-4331 (note correction)

The fall issue of Alternatives Journal is now at the printers, and should be on its way to newsstands next week. Rex finished up the online preview a couple of days ago, and you can see it here online.

It’s been a bit of a frenzy at work, and it’s not quite over yet. I have to get the circulation labels ready to go — the first time I’ve done it without the previous circulation manager present. I wonder how easy it is to work with your fingers crossed…

After Food comes Energy. No rest for us this year. I’m loving it.

This is a fascinating little blog: someone has decided to blog about a variety of subjects in the context of an encyclopedia written in 2525. At first glance, the author keeps up the gimmick, and the posts are well written and intriguingly argued. I don’t know if the posts are of academic quality or not, but they feel academic, and I think I’ll be paying this blog some attention.

In a similar but different vein, Bloggus Cesari has moved into a new phase. All Gaul is conquered (All?) and now Ceasar is sure to start looking at the disturbing developments in Rome…

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