The free Creative Commons license system allows media "produsers" to easily copyright their work while encouraging the production of media as a continuous and shared process.
Viigo President and CEO Mark Ruddock talks about using Twitter to keep track of his company's social media shadow, stay on top of competitors and connect with his customers.
Needs No Introduction
Discussing the theme of how the web enables people of all ages to participate in their communities: Mayor David MIller, Don Tapscott, and many of Toronto's social innovators.
This weekend thousands of Twitterati, flooded with live Twitter feeds from Iran, switched on CNN to see video of the protests. Instead they got a rerun of Larry King learning about motorcycles.
Amazon's new e-book reader, the Kindle DX, has been heralded as the saviour of newspapers. But its success will depend on an uninformed consumer willing to be duped into giving up rights.
How to find the reliable information you need online, successfully
With the world economy in a slump, now is the time to mandate Net neutrality and open access, and to replicate municipal ISP models that work in cities and towns across Canada.
Social media tools like Facebook and Twitter are all the rage these days. We often hear about social media's incredible potential or conversely, its lack of relevance compared to traditional media.
Word of mouth marketing, hyperlocal journalism, how the city of Toronto uses technology to engage citizens, are all topics rabbletv covered at this year's MESH conference.
It turns out the electric car was never killed after all. But does that mean that we should break out the green champagne and revel in guilt free driving?