My wife and I have lived in Leslieville since 2001. We’ve seen the neighbourhood evolve and restaurants come and go. We’ve eaten pretty much everywhere. This post is to save you the hassle. Best Coffee: Mercury. It was the first high end coffee place to open and remains the best. Best Breakfast Sandwich: The Winter […]
I’ve let my long-time friend and Executive Director, Mark Surman, know that April 10th will be my last day as an employee of Mozilla.
2013 was an amazing year. Which is why I’m especially proud of what we accomplished in 2014. We doubled our small dollar performance. We tripled our donor base. We met our target of 10,000 volunteer contributors. And we matched our exceptional grant performance. We also launched our first, large-scale advocacy campaign, playing a key role […]
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The order they’re listed isn’t relevant. The posts are nuanced; I’ve just captured a small part. I encourage you to read them all and will keep adding throughout the day. And you can find more on Planet Mozilla. “We fully support Mozilla, their mission, and trying to build back up the bridges that got torn […]
Is not a conversation about inclusion. That was settled long ago. And Mozilla, unlike many organizations, treats our mission and our guidelines as sacred texts. It’s also not a conversation about quality of life and the culture of the workplace. I’ll let my colleagues speak for themselves. So if it’s not about the applied and […]
The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe remains one of my favourite (if that word can be applied to such a thing) parts of Berlin. I find it particularly powerful. This directly contrasts with the experience of most everyone else, who can be placed in two groups. The first are the puzzled tourists who […]