In the past month a handful of mainstream journalists have sojourned in the foreign territory that is Twitter.
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.
Activist and rabble.ca co-founder, Judy Rebick, identifies a new kind of politics in an excerpt from her new book, Transforming Power.
The social media community is inclusive, but it can also spot an opportunist a mile away. Out-of-work journalists can't show up late to the party and expect to slide right in.
Needs No Introduction
The author of wikinomics speaks on how social media can work for and against non-profit organizations.
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.
As the Obama administration moved into the White House two weeks ago, it was clear that the Bush administration used computers in the unfortunate and revealing way a horse wears jockey shorts.
If you aren't using social media, Mennonites have beat you to it.
On February 17, hearings that could well decide the future of Internet broadcasting in Canada will begin in a small room across the river from the Parliament buildings in Gatineau, Quebec.