Terry Lavender

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

Visit www.terrylavender.ca for more information.

Was social media the newsmaker of the year?

Facebook and Twitter are powerful, but do they really set the agenda for Vancouverites?

How many sleeps to Christmas? There's an app for that

A Charlie Brown Christmas: coming to an iPad near you.

An iPad Christmas Gift Guide

Gift ideas from 99 cents to $49.99 for the iPadder in your life.

Vancouver Vote Map comes to the aid of confused voters

2011 Vancouver Municipal elections: Where do you stand on the issues in this election? The West End Residents Association has created a Flash-based app that will help you figure out where you are.

Talking Siriously with the iPhone 4S

Apple's new personal assistant, Siri, has personality, and can even tell you whether to carry an umbrella.

From seed to pizza slice: Lawns to Loaves celebrates organic, sustainable food

Baking pizza at the Lawns to Loaves celebration.

Open Medicine: because health care information belongs to everybody

Open Medicine editor Anita Palepu: health care information should belong to all of us.

B.C. struts its stuff at SIGGRAPH

SIGGRAPH 2011, Vancouver's largest convention to date, gave B.C. a chance to show the world what it could do.

The Internet Explorer hoax: Who are you calling stupid?

The Internet Explorer 6 hoax shows who the dumb ones really are.

Can Google Plus compete with Facebook?

Stephen Harper (and his cat) is on Google Plus. Should you?