By cutting back on journalists, and deeming news reporting expendable, our newspapers got themselves in trouble, but Canada loses also.
Newspapers are crucial to any benefits that accrue through new technologies. They can be supplemented by alternate sources but not replaced, and there's a great public benefit to be reaped.
<p>We are living in "exponential" times, says this video. Here are some numbers that give you some perspective on how fast the world is moving.</p>
In the past month a handful of mainstream journalists have sojourned in the foreign territory that is Twitter.
An interesting look into the views some Mennonites have on the use of technology in their communities.
Book publishing in Canada has always been a bit of a mug's game of small margins, big bets, scrawny long tails and bullying big box bookstores. It is a risky game of compromise, hope -- and fear.
Literature is becoming more digitized and more accessible than ever before. Libraries will have to change to reach out and bring people back to their books.
This weekend I attended two fascinating, statistics rich talks at Podcamp Toronto. So, now it's time for a pop quiz kids.
Many people fail to understand the value of social media because they simply ask the wrong questions.
Linden Labs is one company that has experienced economic strain. But if it were to close its doors, it wouldn't just put people out of jobs, it would put millions of people out of their second home.