January is always a good month to start something new: picking up new productivity software, sites and services will save you time and headaches.
A number of technological hurdles are being overcome that will, in the coming year, dramatically alter the shape of our computing and communication devices.
This article is a letter to written to my younger self 50 years from now, looking at the current global situation and generation Y's role in ushering in mass social change.
Needs No Introduction
During her keynote at 2011's Media Democracy Day Judy Rebick discussed the origin of rabble.ca and how technology has changed the face of activism over the past 10 years.
OpenMedia.ca's Steve Anderson and Reilly Yeo give an update on Internet openness from Ottawa.
This is what we've been waiting for. Together we've stopped Big Telecom's plan to impose usage-based billing (Internet metering) on all Canadians.
Nov 1, 2011
SFU Contemporary Arts Theater
149 West HastingsVancouver , BC
Canada49° 16' 56.3592" N, 123° 6' 31.5648" W
British Columbia CA
Join the Gen Why Project for an intergenerational dialogue event around social change and activism.
Sep 8, 2011 to Sep 9, 2011
Rosebrugh Building U of T
164 College Street Room #208 - close to Queen's Park TTC stationToronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 35.0964" N, 79° 23' 27.7872" W
Art, technology, creating and inventing, practical tips on proportion and motif. You will never change the world the same way again!
ICT4D is a problem solving approach that advocates for the application of technological solutions to developing world problems
Reporter Roz Allen goes behind-the-scenes on the red carpet at the 2011 Webby Awards in New York City.