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Signal Hill Fire in Cape Town

Picture of the fire by 2oceansvibe (http://yfrog.com/h2hgszj)

Driving back into the city today from Rondebosch I noticed a bush fire burning on the east side of Signal Hill just above the Bokaap.  This was at about 3pm, and by the time I got into town the eastern tip of Signal Hill was almost fully ablaze.  The city of Cape Town was buzzing […]

Strolling in Sea Point

Strolling in Sea Point

Kim and I enjoyed the lovely December weather strolling in Sea Point today.

Christmas Day

Christmas Day

Happy Christmas everyone!  We have enjoyed a lovely day together. My best to you all!  ! !

Pictures from Amy’s Wedding

Pictures from Amy’s Wedding

In October I flew home to attend my sisters wedding in Toronto.  It was a grand affair held at the historic Old Mill Hotel and Spa in Etobicoke.  Unfortunately during the wedding I was so busy I was not able to snap any photos, and many of my friends and colleagues began to question whether there […]

Panoramic Views from Lion’s Hea...

Panoramic Views from Lion’s Head

Panoramic view of (from left) Sea Point, Signal Hill, Cape Town city centre and Devils Peak  on a sunny summers day.  Click the image for the full view (3mb image) A view towards Table Mountain (from left) Cape Town city centre, Devils Peak, Table Mountain, cable car station, the Twelve Apostles, and Camps Bay.  Click […]

Kim and I Hiking Lions Head

Kim and I Hiking Lions Head

Took a leisurely hike up Lions Head this afternoon with Kim.

Personal Knowledge Management

Personal Knowledge Management

by  verbeeldingskr8 Developing a conscious strategy for managing information to avoid feeling overloaded (information overload) is an important part of being a knowledge worker.  While it can be said that access to web 2.0 tools such as social networking and social media contribute to information overload, I believe that they may actually enable us to […]

Last Day in Canada

Last Day in Canada

My last day in Canada was spent entirely with my Dad.  We took a nice long walk in an area where I spent a great deal of time in my youth.  Along the banks of the little Etobicoke Creak on the border of Mississauga and Etobicoke.  The trail has not changed much since I used […]