Also known as trying to catching you up on what I was up to the week around the launch. (You can also read the twitter version here)
Sunday’s Drama – Honk, Honk, I’m Driving a Big-Assed Vehicle!
We booked a mid-sized car at a great rate of $161 for a whole week, but somehow ended up with a big-assed vehicle (or “cro [...]
After months and months and months (and months) of working on it, the books are here and we’re having a party! TOMORROW!!
The CheapEats Ottawa Book Launch & You’re Invited!
CEOT Book Launch Feb 13th, 7pm-9pm at East African Restaurant in Ottawa, sponsored by Beau’s All Natural Brewery. RSVP please!
I’ve moved al [...]
I’m still reeling from the the very rapid transition from being a desk-hermit, office-bound 7 days a week, 10-12 hours a day, for 2 months; to being a social butterfly flitting about town with my new camera to a photoshoot, an afternoon blogger-schmooze with 40 other bloggers, and a national television studio.
Freestyle Photoshoot: The [...]
It’s time for a happy dance and a big whoop of joy! (not to mention the ceremonial opening of the new camera)
After working on this book for over 20 months, we have just delivered the book to the printers.
Now, I don’t believe this is the end of the work – there will be more proofs to review, corrections, errors we find aft [...]
At Canzine yesterday, we asked people to complete the phrase “CheapEats is…”, here are some of the responses:
CheapEats is… cheap!
CheapEats is… wicked cool & handy.
CheapEats is… a great idea!
CheapEats is… a book.
CheapEats is… radically necessary.
Torontonians continue reading “C [...]
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Well, not 2 weeks back from Kingston, and I’m on the road again back to ottawa. The need for a new laptop that much more evident by the uber-crappy battery life on this one now. I think that plugging it directly into the generator in February was the killing blow. I’m lucky if it will chug along after it’s down below 60%R [...]