Wayne MacPhail

Wayne MacPhail has been a print and online journalist for 25 years. He was the managing editor of Hamilton Magazine and was a reporter and editor at The Hamilton Spectator until he founded Southam InfoLab, a national future information products facility for Southam Inc. in 1991. He went on to develop online content for most major players in Canada including Sympatico-Lycos, where he was the director of content. He is also a book author (Spin Doctors) and is a published and performed playwright (Abandon Hope Mabel Dorothy). He has taught online writing at several Ontario colleges and universities and is the co-owner of w8nc inc, a marketing and communications firm aimed at non- profit and educational organizations.

Wayne MacPhail
Podcast
Nov 28, 2006

Episode Two: Code PINK - Women for Peace

Who’s on Second?
Ana Herzog, Nancy Hill in real life, talks about how a vacation in Second Life led to the creation of a virtual outpost for outrageous peace activists
Podcast
Jun 26, 2006

Episode 23 - Gender, Horror and Moose

rabble radio
Keith worries about war and peace, Our DVDiva is all over horror, Jen Moore casts a gendered eye on the digital divide. Plus, a soundseeing tour of an Algonquin Park trail. And, the music of Harris Ne
Podcast
Jun 28, 2006

Helen Thomas at the Media Giraffe Project

Needs No Introduction
Veteran White House bureau chief, Helen Thomas, speaks out against the Bush government and the press at the Media Giraffe Conference in Amherst, Mass.
Podcast
Apr 19, 2006

Episode 1: Municipal Elections 2.0

Archived
A speed date with six web technologists who introduce cool online tools to make us better, smarter citizens. Recorded in Toronto, April 6, 2006. Check the shownotes for URLs and contact details about
Podcast
Mar 16, 2006

Down on Yonge Street

Rabblevision
A short video of interviews with a few guys living on the street in Toronto.
Podcast
Jan 19, 2006

Episode 7 - The Garageband Edition

Podcast DIY
Wayne reviews the new podcast features in Garageband 3, just out for the Mac. He ends the show with "I Love My Mac" by Toronto musician Daphne Kalfon.
Podcast
Jan 2, 2006

When You're Mobile

Podcast DIY
A rundown of the devices you'll need when you want to take your podcast to the street.
Podcast
Dec 30, 2005

Jane Creba Sidewalk Memorial

Rabblevision
On Boxing Day, 15-year-old Jane Creba was shot during what appears to have been a gang shootout at Dundas and Yonge Streets in Toronto. I shot this video of the sidewalk memorial created to her by Tor

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