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Here we go, all of a sudden the switch has been flipped and the crush of Christmas is upon us. This week a few things you need some planning to …

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There’s a great quote I came across this week from 1995 where Clifford Stoll, a Newsweek columnists, dismisses the internet as a fad. Visionaries see a future of telecommuting workers, …

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Amazon Kindle anyone? Not in Canada. The internet bringeth the world together, but it also separateth the world apart. I haven’t seen that written in stone anywhere, but the web …

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One of the most popular Christmas gifts is the cookbook. But are recipes really that great? I have dozens on my shelf that I’ve thumbed through and looked at the …

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This article originally appeared in 24hrs Vancouver on December 3, 2008. When Oprah forgoes her usual free-for-all in her Holiday Favourite Things episode, instead opting for memory boxes and free …

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Spring Break means kids running around and burning off some steam, and it also means a chance for you to grab your camera and get some pictures you wouldn’t normally …

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Leapfrog will be introducing a new reading tool for kids this summer. Children 4 to 8 will be able to use the Leapfrog pen equipped with a tiny infrared camera …

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The way we listen to music has evolved from vinyl to 8 track to cassette to cd to mp3. Books have been, well, books.

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The way we listen to music has evolved from vinyl to 8 track to cassette to cd to mp3. Books have been, well, books.

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Amazon hopes to do for reading what apple did to music listening.

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