Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | Last week Facebook, once again, tried to get everyone to accept its friend request. At its developer-centric F8 conference, the social network announced App Links and Anonymous Login.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | Both the form and content of the newest insurgencies embody essential aspects of our age of information. Their novelty opens up new possibilities for presence, mobilization and social change.
Activist Toolkit
| This guide covers how activists can use the media to their advantage.
Blog
Diaspora*
Bob Chandler | Diaspora*, the privacy-aware, user-controlled, free software social networking service is now up and running!
Blog
Freedom Box
Bob Chandler | One simple truth is unfolding. Governments are going to be spying on your electronic communications.
Activist Toolkit
| Twestival, or Twitter Festival, is a unique initiative that attempts to unite digital life with that of the real
Activist Toolkit
| Crisis mapping software leverages crowdsourced information to create maps
Blog
Bob Chandler | Tired of Twitter? Frustrated with Facebook? Help may be on the way!
News
A snapshot of voteTO tweets on Twitter.
Devinder Lamsar | Toronto's municipal campaign has been a disappointment from a social networking point of view, with candidates not making the most of the opportunity, unlike Calgary's incoming mayor, Naheed Nenshi.
Blog
J. Maureen Henderson | If networking is the holy grail of job hunting, what happens to young job seekers without a network?
Blog
Christopher White | The Prime Minister's new tricked out YouTube site is hosting a pre-approved, moderated Q&A between the PM and Canadian citizens. Are our elected representatives attempting Web 2.0?
Columnists
Amy Goodman | A social worker from New York City was arrested last week while in Pittsburgh to participate in the G-20 protests, then subjected to an FBI raid this week at his home -- all for using Twitter.