Author Archives: Ian Chant

Live Coverage Wrap Up – Pajama Protest for Rent Control

Rally for Rent Reform Above, you can take a look at the wrap up coverage of the pajama clad protest for rent regulation in front of Governor Cuomo’s Manhattan office on Monday, May 16. Rent Stabilization Laws are set to … Continue reading

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Live Coverage – Urban Bear Fair

Live Coverage – Urban Bear Fair On Sunday, May 15, Ian Chant and Roxanna Asgarian will be blogging live from New York’s Urban Bear Fair, one of the world’s largest gatherings of Bears, gay men recognizable by their beards, biceps … Continue reading

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Live from Urban Bear Fair – One Week Out

Next weekend, Yours Truly, Ian Chant and Roxana Asgarian will be bringing you live coverage from Urban Bear Weekend – the world’s biggest, hairiest gathering of the gay community’s biggest, hairiest members. We’ll be liveblogging the event, bringing you photos, … Continue reading

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Riding with Ghosts – Revision

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Blog-o-Metrics – In Which Regrettable Decisions Are Made, Leading to Predictable Results

Good Idea – Raising your Klout score over the last month, adding twitter followers, and being generally more engaged in social media. Noble ideas each and every one, and all carried out with the wit, verve, and panache for which … Continue reading

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Riding With Ghosts – NYC Bicyclists Remember Friends And Share Fears

On March 6, bike riders from across New York City gathered to remember their own, riding to the sites of 20 crashes where bicyclists lost their lives in crashes in 2010. On their way, riders left flowers, notes, and ghost … Continue reading

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Germs of New York

New York City’s Epiquery Database, which tracks communicable diseases in New York City has been updated with a new year of data from 2008, furthering our understanding of the health issues facing the city. Looking at continuing trends for two … Continue reading

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Portfolio: Ian Chant

My blog/portfolio is still a work in progress, but coming along. I’m sticking with MistyLook for the simplicity of it, and using my blog as the arrival page, with an easily navigable top menu to other content (CV, Clips and … Continue reading

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Pretty much had to share this, because studies have shown that information retention is significantly higher when facts are delivered via corny rap. FACT. HT @Geekosystem

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Fiend Folio, or When My Blog Grows Up, It Wants To Be A Swiss Army Knife

OK, so I’m going to make the case for the portfolio site being a blog first that also functions as a portfolio, rather than a standalone site. I’m not sure I really believe the argument I’m making, so bear with … Continue reading

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