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"The Enemy" of my enemy...
A labyrinth of mini-MINE-atours
Your numerology cycles November 15–30
King of Hearts trumps all jacks
More hacking exploits by Lisbeth Salander, gay aversion...
Widows of criminals doing it for themselves, the seed of...
War on Xmas: Ralphie gets a gun
Anti-grav @ šxʷƛ̓exən Xwtl’a7shn
Melissa’s forgeries, Rami’s dead-on Freddie Mercury and a...
Your numerology cycles November 1–14
One Book, One Vancouver loses its local connection
By going to the edge of the galaxy for the 2010 One Book, One Vancouver title, the Vancouver Public Library lost its local connection.
Oct 9th, 2010
Rape, murder and web immorality
A videogame about the Dawson College shooting in 2006 caused controversy this week, as did Facebook images of a Pitt Meadows gang rape.
Sep 19th, 2010
Buy a vowel or two for Pro Education Day
An education advocacy group is going virtual to raise real cash.
Sep 12th, 2010
Why continuous electronic connectivity isn't a good thing...
Sep 5th, 2010
Flow, a Vancouver public art piece, is named one of best in North America
Flow, a photo/media-based permanent piece installed at the new Mount Pleasant Community Centre, has been named one of the best public artworks in North America.
Aug 28th, 2010
Apps for Climate Change: Get Your Vote On!
Find out how many flushes you can take with rainwater from your roof and other fascinating climate data thanks to the B.C. government's Apps for Climate Action contest.
Aug 22nd, 2010
NetSquared Camp in photos
NetSquared connects technology and social issues to create change.
Aug 17th, 2010
The iPad is ideal for reading magazines, watching movies and many other activities. You can even tell the future or fly a plane.
Aug 15th, 2010
Hiroshima Day: we're all connected
This year marks the 65th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan on August 6th and 9th, 1945. The Associated Press reports for the first time in these 65 years, the US sent...
Aug 6th, 2010
Cetaceans in captivity: an SFU researcher may have a solution
Virtual belugas like these may one day replace captive belugas at the Vancouver Aquarium, according to an SFU researcher.
Jul 24th, 2010