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Holiday shopping online? Have fun, and caveat emptor

It's caveat emptor when shopping online this holiday season.

Just because something's on the internet doesn't make it true

Are acorns in Emery Barnes Park toxic for dogs? You won't find out by searching the Web.

Countdown to Zero, Winnebago Man, Soul Kitchen, Flipped and Resident Evil in 3D

We don’t worry about the bomb as much these days. Countdown to Zero argues the threat is just as big as ever. (Read more)

Hamlet's Blackberry

Why continuous electronic connectivity isn't a good thing...

Is the Internet changing how we think?

Nicholas Carr argues in a compelling new book that the Internet is changing the way we think.

Google wave gets bigger

Just as it dominates the web, Google dominated the news in technology this week.

TwitLit, dangerous older women, Pixar comes to town and more...

It's been a curious week in the tech world with Google worried about older women, a Twitter-based book club, Pixar animating Vancouverm free music from a Canadian folk-rock legend and more...

Websites and tools make job search easier

If you're looking for a job, it’s heartening to know that technology can make the search a little easier. Back when I first entered the workforce, job hunting involved leafing through the help wanted...

Bad day for the internet in America, but Canada still has the chance to be a digital public policy leader

Not a good day for the internet in the United States, but in Canada, there may be hope for a better outcome; if someone files the appropriate complaint, that is. Would that someone be a Vancouver net

Nominating the Internet for a Peace Prize: What an ig-Nobel idea!

The internet is one of 237 nominees for the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize. Here's why it shouldn't win.