#saturdayofficedoodles: crossover

Time to share today’s #saturdayofficedoodles! Via @Peady, on Twitter, who requested “something happy:” And for Alex, on Facebook, who wanted to see Spock and Obi-Wan meeting: That Vulcan Science Directorate spoils everyone’s parade. Paddle your own canoe, folks. Trevor #saturdayofficedoodles is Trevor’s crowd-sourced way to pass some time during a slow Saturday at work. Tweet him @trevor_ccw.

The Tiny Enterprise Project

It all started for me when I was just a tiny person. Games in the sandbox, snowbank, or hedges with Star Trek: The Next Generation action figures. There was no limit to what games I could play, because the rules of Star Trek were such that I could do anything I imagined. Add I get more involved in the lives of Natalie Joy‘s girls, I find myself reflecting on a lot of the play I did as a kid. And for the first time in my life I’m getting pretty…

#saturdayofficedoodles: rise

#saturdayofficedoodles is Trevor’s crowd-sourced way to pass the time on a slow Saturday at the office. The drawings are currently done on a Google/ASUS Nexus 7 in Autodesk Sketchbook Express, using a thoroughly unimpressive off-the-shelf stylus. Chime in on Twitter with the hashtag above, or send your ideas to @trevor_ccw.     I have risen — MDF (@marcoincoming) December 8, 2012 @trevor_ccw there’s your doodle — MDF (@marcoincoming) December 8, 2012 Perhaps not the most original idea on the planet, but this was fun to draw.      

On Success in Canada

This is one of the best descriptions of how I see Canadians, beyond things I’ve said or written: From The Canadian Settler’s Guide, 7th Edition, by Catherine Parr Strickland Traill (1857). You can get this book free via Google Books; I’m reading it right now on my Nexus 7. Where do we stand, politically, compared to this assessment of the character of those who built this country? I feel like we’ve become so partisan lately that we’ve lost the temperate l industriousness that Traill describes. Paddle your own canoe, folks.…