Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | What if the next billion Internet users don't own a computer? Those are the kind of questions that Google asked at its I/O conference keynote last week.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | These days the World Wide Web looks a lot like Antarctica's Larsen B Ice Shelf -- a large, open mass disintegrating at the edges because of human interference.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | A lot of the recent talk about Ello, an upstart social media site, has been about how the nascent community reminds members of the early days of the Internet.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | With the World Wide Web increasingly constrained by anti-net neutrality, cyberspying and corporate ownership, it's refreshing to see another web rise up as an even more decentralized alternative.
Blog
Alex Samur | A new multi-platform web project, Inside Stories, aims to break barriers and bring together a Vancouver community.
Podcast
Redeye
Lorraine Chisholm | An innovative new web project takes us behind the front doors of neighbours in the South Hill community in Vancouver and tells the stories of some of the people who live there.
News
Michael Geist | What's the next step for the CRTC and the Feds? It seems likely the issue will not be resolved until the summer or fall at the earliest.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | A new National Film Board web documentary explores the community of Pine Point, a Canadian town erased from the map.
Columnists
Ms. Communicate | Ms. Communicate tackles the many problems with reading online comments and how not to get steamed.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Facebook's Onion Ring fan page shows the rules of political engagement are changing. Managing the media, the key to political success in the age of politics as public relations, is no longer enough.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | We're not even half way through January and we've already seen more tablets than at a Hunter S. Thompson house party.
Columnists
Steve Anderson | Big telecom companies like Telus like to scare policy makers by suggesting any open Internet requirements for Internet Service Providers will lead to "unintended consequences."