Category Archives: Vancouver

Economic Measure, Cycle

In terms of some trying to develop an economic measure of happiness, and finding people in Vancouver particularly unhappy, a particular city phenomenon that is more commonly acknowledged, Neil Remington Abramson commented as follow (reproduced with permission) We have an … Continue reading

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Friends Electric: Power Failure

In the context of a discussion of the supposed “Renaissance Generation” and knowledge through contemporary electronic media, Neil Remington Abramson had commented as follows: And as for the Internet and communication, there was a big piece in 4 parts in … Continue reading

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Isolationism: Language and Capital

My friend, Neil Remington Abramson, commented in relation to my concerns about the huge “Bank of Toronto” signage in Montreal forming part of the top of the historic bank building at Guy and Ste-Catherine, which now houses the successor TD … Continue reading

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