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Lost in the Gutenberg Galaxy

By David Banerjee | 2006 February 24

A childhood educator has a hard look at Marshall McLuhan, finds some destructive contradictions in the ways we have interpreted his sometimes-erratic insights

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The 2005 dooneyscafe.com Awards

By Editors | 2006 January 19

The dooney’scafe.com awards are back after a one-year absense. This year, we’ve concentrated on the things that made us ashamed to remain human beings…

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Dead Police Officers and Other Occasions for Executive Self Aggrandizement:

By Brian Fawcett | 2005 October 19

Brian Fawcett uploads a long-stewing meditation on the James Roszko killings in Northern Alberta, and what has been buried beneath the hoopla surrounding them.

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Lomo Sapiens: Do you see what I see?

By Judith Rudakoff | 2005 February 26

In the site’s first photo exhibit, Judith Rudakoff offers some Lomographs, and explains the process.

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The Horses of Instruction: Teaching at Capilano College

By Stan Persky | 2004 November 12

William Blake declared that “the tygers of wrath are wiser than the horses of instruction.” In a passage from his forthcoming book, The Short Version, Stan Persky puts in a word for the plodding horses.

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The Mormon Way

By Bruce Serafin | 2004 October 21

Bruce Serafin travels to Cardston, Alberta, and finds a deceptive town. The third in a series.

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True Patriot, er, Fondness: some Oh Canada notes

By Stan Persky | 2004 October 13

The Thanksgiving turkeys and Tums have been digested. Time for some seasonal musings on an unusual nation.

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A Piece of Luck

By Bruce Serafin | 2004 October 7

In Fort Macleod Alberta, Bruce Serafin finds a refuge from the wind.

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A Piece of Luck

By Bruce Serafin | 2004 October 7

In Fort Macleod Alberta, Bruce Serafin finds a refuge from the wind

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Newsflash!

By admin | 2004 September 29

Welcome to the new dooneyscafe.com!

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