“Can I videotape my brainwaves?” I asked my trainer. “Sure!” she said, and I handed her my iPhone, gleeful thoughts of finally getting to play with iMovie dancing in my head. I’ve been in a bit of a blogging funk lately. At the same time, I’ve told lots of people about the neurofeedback I do, […]
I attended yesterday’s BIST meeting to celebrate the awarding of a $72,300 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, an agency of the Government of Ontario. I expected the usual boring speeches. Instead, Ontario MPP Mike Colle got up and grabbed the crowd’s attention with his compelling no-notes speech on how brain injury is leaving the […]
I went to the BIST Brain Injury Awareness Celebration at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto last Thursday, 17 June 2010, and it was a ton of fun, full of photographic opportunities, amazing artists to meet, clowns to laugh at and be interviewed by, a mesmerising aerial artist, and speakers who moved us. I felt inspired […]
Been awhile in the making, but at last Lifeliner in Short is live on YouTube. Not a book trailer and not the whole biography of Judy Taylor, but a nice, pleasing taste of her amazing story set to music from ccmixter.org, licensed through Creative Commons. I had fun playing with the pitch of my voice, […]
I usually use my other blog to pontificate on all things politica, but couldn’t resist posting here my video on Parliament, made for all those who think coalitions are somehow an anathema to our Canadian Parliamentary democracy and have never happened before.
Remembrance Day on YouTube Page.
[Play in high quality if you can. It’s MUCH better.] Eight years, seven months, and three days after a couple of unthinking drivers smashed so hard into the back of the car in which I was a passenger that they pushed us into the car in front of us, causing me neck, shoulder, and closed […]