Losing ourselves in Toronto: Day 1 (later)

Losing ourselves in Toronto: Day 1 (later)

3 and a half days: 4 museums, 1 art gallery (Lost in Toronto? Start here.) By the time we had seen the Design Exchange, checked out their cool little shop, worked our way to the nearest subway station through the PATH, and decided whether the train we needed to take was northbound or southbound, it was … Continue reading

Moebius has been funded!

Moebius has been funded!

So happy today I just had to share the news!!! With 12 days to go, Jane Jensen’s project on Kickstarter has been officially funded! But pledges are still being accepted, and any extra money will go towards making Moebius even better. (Wanna help? Click here!) And to top it off, Jane has announced that us … Continue reading

Canadian Tulip Festival (60th edition!)

Canadian Tulip Festival (60th edition!)

A sunny Saturday in May… Locals and tourists… Dogs… A couple of weddings… The occasional Frisbee… One million tulips… A pink camera… And a will to improve my picture-taking skills! See for yourselves! (I’m really trying!)

Tulip Festival

Tulip Festival

Hey everyone! Sorry for the lack of posting in the last week… This is just to let you know that the Canadian Tulip Festival in on here in Ottawa, and I’m off over there right now in the hope of taking some nice pictures! (As I have mentioned before, I seriously lack photography skills.) And I … Continue reading

Losing ourselves in Toronto: Day 1

Losing ourselves in Toronto: Day 1

3 and a half days: 4 museums, 1 art gallery Every time I think about writing something on a trip I always feel like I have to either show some beautiful exotic location or tell an exciting/dangerous/amusing travelling anecdote. Or show some spectacular photos. My trips are neither glamorous nor exotic. I don’t stay in fancy … Continue reading

Gabriel Knight

Gabriel Knight

Classes and exams are finally over, so it’s time to start blogging for real! I’m finding that the universe is speaking to me through the internet. You know, like when random things happen sometimes, just to make you happy? There I was feeling nostalgic for the 90s (as usual) when something totally random happened. I mean … Continue reading

Hero and Leander

When I started my 16th century literature course this semester, I was immediately struck by topic number 3 on the syllabus: Erotic literature of the 1590s (say what???). I never would have guessed that 16th century poetry could be so … well … sexy! Suggested reading: Marlowe’s Hero and Leander. Worth every rhyme. More on … Continue reading