Month: May 2004

  • my kids

    This post serves two purposes. The first is to shamelessly brag about my two beautiful children. The second is to test uploading of files to this blog.

  • kids falling all over

    After watching my two lovely children tumble all over the place for the past few years, including falling down stairs, tumbling off bikes, splatting off rollerblades and wiping out on playgrounds, I’ve come to a few conclusions as to why children don’t hurt themselves as often as adults. If an adult fell the same number…

  • Ads

    Everything’s an opportunity for Advertising. Not my quote, but a colleagues’ quote after walking by some guy sitting in a lawn chair on a tiny piece of artificial turf on the corner of Yonge and Bloor in downtown Toronto. Looks like he was hawking Mike’s Hard Lemonade. Earlier in the day we walked through Union…

  • Hit Counter

    After a bit of digging in between lectures and labs I have a rudimentary hit counter going on the bottom of my page. Not that anyone reads this blog…. but at least I can see how often I reload this page. 😉

  • Country boys in the big city

    Today’s the first day of five days of training in Toronto. I’m with three other guys, all of us from Hamilton. Rather than the normal relaxing drive through the horrors of hamilton, it’s get up before the sun, mad rush to catch the train, brace yourself on the subway, and then pop up like a…

  • Welcome

    Welcome to the newly created blog called ‘cyberento’! It’s not entirely complete yet, but a good start nonetheless. Cyberento is a short form for “Cybernetic Entomology”, which is a term coined by a certain Mr. Lubarsky. The Lubarsky’s Law of Cybernetic Entomology reads: “There is always one more bug”. cheers!