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Year-End Blog Review

by DJ Kelly January 3, 2010

As 2009 comes to a close I wanted to take a look back. It was a good year for me personally and I think this blog shows some of the highlights that come to my mind when I reminisce about the last year of the decade. I could simply select my favourite posts, but I […]

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Art vs. graffiti, Shaw Millennium Park destroyed

by DJ Kelly August 27, 2009

I have seen the City of Calgary screw up before but never in such a spectacular fashion. Last week I heard about a new City art program that sounded pretty cool to me. In response to comments from Shaw Millennium Park users that the park was dull and didn’t provide the kind of urban energy […]

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Conversing with Alberta politicians on Twitter

by DJ Kelly June 4, 2009

Twitter has proved to be a pretty powerful tool for democratic engagement. The Bill 44 debate cemented that belief because MLAs were having conversations on Twitter with constituents well into the night as the live debate in the Legislature continued. I think the argument put forward by Ian Bushfield over on his blog “Terahertz” regarding […]

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What kind of bridge will $25 million get us?

by DJ Kelly May 22, 2009

When I first heard about Calgary’s two “designer” bridges I was skeptical but excited. If there is one thing ALL Calgarian’s agree on it’s that our city needs to be more lively and attractive. “Iconic” architecture is something we are seriously lacking currently. One of these bridges is set to be placed just off the […]

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Thoughts on a flight from #yyc to #yeg

by DJ Kelly April 9, 2009

I just landed in the Edmonton airport and had to head to the Air Canada lounge to share my thoughts on our flight from Calgary. You’re probably thinking this is going to be a post about business travellers on our flight. While I could go on and on about high speed rail versus the 38 […]

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