February 22, 2018

Articles by Jaime Woo

The Potentially Crowded Loneliness of Facebook

By Jaime Woo | May 3rd, 2012
Jaime Woo: We can speak to more people more often in more places, but conversations have become shallower. We're losing quality in our interactionsRead More

May We Speak Indirectly?

By Jaime Woo | April 20th, 2012
Jaime Woo: "I want Ford to say aloud the things he must say in private while at the cottage"Read More

Journey Is Thatgamecompany's Latest

By Jaime Woo | March 27th, 2012
Journey has what other video games lack: a role for faith Read More

2012 A Landmark Year For Toronto's Video Game Industry

By Jaime Woo | March 13th, 2012
The Game Developers Conference attracts some 20,000 people from around the world Read More

Getting Past Glad Day's Past

By Jaime Woo | February 9th, 2012
It's too soon to celebrate the un-closing of Canada's oldest queer bookstore.Read More

The Admonishment of Zynga

By Jaime Woo | February 1st, 2012
Be careful guys; you're probably in over your heads.Read More

Rise of the Ethnic Aisle

By Jaime Woo | January 18th, 2012
That rise of mainstream ethnic food in grocery stores says a lot about the countryRead More

NYC's Sleep No More Put Us to Sleep, but in Toronto, Immersive Theatre is Waking Up

By Jaime Woo | January 12th, 2012
New York's well-received Sleep No More is not as flawless as its reviewers have alleged. But easy changes can be made for a better experience with interactivity. Read More

The Spark For Neilson Park

By Jaime Woo | December 13th, 2011
Appreciating Toronto's Parks, no matter what the season.Read More
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    Society Snaps: Eric S. Margolis Foundation Launch

    Kristin Davis moved Toronto's philanthroists to tears ... then sent them all home with a baby elephant - Read More