Terry Lavender

Terry Lavender is a Vancouver-based video game researcher with a skeptical fascination with technology.

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At Maker Faire, DIY takes on new meaning

A bucket of mathematics is just one of the many treasures to be found at Vancouver's second annual Mini Maker Faire. The Faire takes place June 23 and June 24 at the PNE.

Are pedestrian issues too pedestrian for Vancouver's bicycle-automobile wars?

Over 80 per cent of pedestrian accidents are caused by cars turning when the pedestrian has the right of way, according to a City of Vancouver report.

Yoyomama.ca helps urban mothers with the ups and downs of parenthood

Annemarie Tempelman-Kluit is dedicated to making the lives of local families less yoyo-like with yoyomama.ca.

Girls Around Me: Free iPhone app preys on women using Facebook, Foursquare

A new iPhone app makes it easier for stalkers to prey on women.

Invoke Media: It's more than just Hootsuite

David Tedman and the Invoke Media team want to prove their company isn't a one-hit wonder.

Why Harper can't be impeached

Impeach Stephen Harper! More than a few Canadians have been making that demand in recent weeks. The robocall scandal, the (temporarily withdrawn) internet privacy legislation and a contemptuous...

Zite, the Vancouver app that is reshaping how people read news

UBC law graduate Ali Davar and his colleagues at Zite are changing the way we read our news.

Escaping Google (and Facebook)

Worried about Google's new privacy policy? It's not as bad as some think, but here are some alternatives for people who want to leave the Googleplex.

Healthism: building health literacy through the web

Damon Ramsey wants to lead the way to a new era of interactive and personalized health.

GiveEmThis.com suggests gifts for your Facebook friends, but at what price?

According to GiveEmThis.com, a romance novel is the perfect gift for Stephen Harper. But is that knowledge worth the loss of privacy?