Dwight Williams divides his time between writing, illustration (particularly in the comic book form), and office work. His lifelong interest in issues and technologies of civic infrastructure was the inspiration for his co-authorship of the Daily Planet Guide to Gotham City in 2000 for the DC Universe Role-Playing Game line, and is the basis for his continuing interest in both real-world current affairs and the imaginative realms of science fiction.

His home page can be found here, and he maintains a personal weblog as well.

Across the Ottawa Spaces – 23 September 2013

Eric Darwin speculates on several possible fates for the Talent O-Train consists once the new Alstom trains are in service, and also... Read More

Across the Ottawa Spaces – 18 August 2013

A selection of entries of interest from across the Ottawa-Gatineau cybersphere… Over at West Side Action, Eric Darwin comments... Read More

Image of the Moment – Transit Intersect

Taken by Adam Hunt on July 23rd, originally posted publicly on his Diaspora account. We’ll let the photographer explain the... Read More

Across the Ottawa Spaces – 25 July 2013

A selection of Ottawa-focused articles from across the Internet in recent weeks… Urbsite profiles the previous Ottawa City Hall... Read More

Image of the Moment – Lebreton Overview

Taken by Chuck Clark, this image shows the progress of redevelopment in Lebreton Flats as well as the preparations of the western end... Read More

Image of the Moment: A Break from the Running

Spotted at Fallingbrook Mall on June 19, 2013. What goes into the decision to purchase one model of recycling truck over another? Read More

Image of the Moment – Anodes in Orléans

Taken a week or so ago on Merkley Drive in the Fallingbrook section of Orléans. These devices have been seen around the neighbourhood... Read More

Across the Ottawa Spaces: June 2013

Another selection of weblog entries covering infrastructure and history across the city: Eric Darwin comes across a German innovation... Read More