Tuesday, February 6, 2007
I'm still disappointed I was unable to attend the first ever Toronto Transit Camp this past Sunday at the Gladstone but glad to hear it was a success. Matthew Blackett did a great job summarizing the event over on the spacing blog. It's great to see that an open dialogue between TTC users and executives was created and many ideas generated. In keeping with the spirit of BarCamp, this was a true community project. Congratulations to both organizers and participants. It is nice to see camps springing up outside of the usual circles.
Monday, February 5, 2007
Less than 2 weeks after its launch, a federal judge has issued an injunction against ParisExposed.com which temporarily bars the site from releasing Hilton's Social Security number, health data, and other personal information.
Read more here.
Here's a summary of this week's other events:
Paris had her very own Michael Richards moment as racial and homophobic slurs are caught on tape.
Porn legend Ron Jeremy admits to playing a game of 'I'll show you mine if you show me yours' in a bathroom stall with Paris and friend Bijou Phillips.
Paris is better in bed than Lindsay Lohan and Tara Reid, says Joe Francis.