I have officially been back in Guelph for 19 consecutive days. Despite the fact that my wanderlust has me feeling like I’ve been home much longer than this, the reality is that it’s not the longest span of time that I’ve spent in Guelph this year.
As I mentioned just over a month ago, my life is and continues to be weird in all the best ways. As demonstrable of this weirdness, I offered you a story about how I helped save Batman. NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA BATMAN!!! Yes, that Batman.
For those not in the know, GoodWorking returns at 7pm on March 27th at Baker Street Station. If you’ve been following along, you’ll know that this will be the 13th GoodWorking event to hit Guelph, almost all of which have been hosted by the awesome folks at my home-away-from-home and office-away-from-office known as Baker Street.
After several weeks (months?) of travel, I’m actually back in Guelph for more than a few days. I returned via my 13th-of-the-year shiny metal lawn dart a week ago today after having ventured to Hanover, New Hampshire, and Boston, Massachusetts.
For most of us, the idea of mathematics and cooking seem like odd bedfellows. The former often invokes cringeworthy memories, while the latter is often connected to favourite meals, spending time with family and friends, and culinary delights that are visually appealing and delicious. [originally posted here]
As mentioned in my previous post, Nic and I arrived in Iqaluit on Monday to take part in a two-day workshop on community-based monitoring programs. The goal of the workshop was to discuss the various and proposed programs in remote communities across the Circumpolar North so that we could share ideas, build networks, and identify where…