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Failing forward

May 22, 2014 in Philosophy

As a leader, I’m finding myself forgiving myself often for failure. Sometimes, in several different areas. Sometimes, in the same area over and over again. My last blog post was last year, where I threatened that I was going to let this site just fall away, and disappear into the void. Well, I failed even at that.

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Guidelines for a successful techno-sabbatical

Nov 06, 2013 in Personality

In August I took a week long techno-sabbatical, completely self-imposed, of course. As a digital native, I have been consumed by being always-on connected–I had built a reputation that I could be reached at all times, and that my own personal space was open to anyone who asked: I checked Email, Facebook, Twitter, and other […]

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JavaScript bookmarklet for #CompassBetaTest

Sep 09, 2013 in Society, Technology

TransLink opened the gates to Beta Testers for the new Compass tap-to-pass system. I am fortunate to be one of 10,000 volunteers chosen to tap a demo Compass card on the way on and off the various modes of transit. One one hand, I am excited to get the chance to try this technology out. […]

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Tony Chung is on techno-sabbatical Aug 19 to 24

Aug 19, 2013 in Personality

Those who know me know I have a difficult time being disconnected. As a child I had to stay up late so that I wouldn’t miss anything. I argue that I have to keep up with “all that computer stuff” because it’s my job. But really, it’s a dumb habit I got into, checking my […]

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Christmas is coming

Aug 18, 2013 in Technology

Just in case you were wondering what to get me for a Christmas present, I thought I’d help you out a bit. Wow. This new flagship keyboard from Roland, the BK-9 is pretty skookum.

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A Noob at Coquitlam Relay for Life

Jun 07, 2013 in Society

Two years ago my cousin Janice invited me to volunteer as Stage Manager for the 20th Annual Relay for Life fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society. This past weekend I rejoined the crew at Perry Percy Stadium by Lafarge Lake, only this time I got to play a 30 minute set of originals and covers. […]

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To pseudonym or not to pseudonym

May 22, 2013 in Personality

Back in the 90s I created a persona for myself. So help me out, people: Do I keep the pseudonym, or recreate my musical brand under my real name?

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