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Facebook vs Twitter for breaking news

Facebook does not work for breaking news. It never has. It can’t. The algorithm is such that it will always filter instead of giving you a firehose of now.

1993 2013

Unions are a powerful force in modern business. Too powerful. The adversarial nature at which they see the employer puts them at an inability to recognize the true nature of business – it changes, it evolves, people come, people go. Unions are stagnant anchors that threaten to kill the very jobs they are sworn to protect.

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, …

Bloggers Are New But Are They Media?

It was quite the schmoozefest in Vancouver this weekend. The city was host to the Junos, The Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival, Vancouver Fashion Week and the Canadian National Freestyle …

Technology, it’s easier than you think. That’s the tagline for an online show at Butterscotch.com called The Noob. (Noob is short for newbie. A newbie is someone new to a …

Twitter has arrived. The 3 year old microblogging service that has been the darling of the tech community has gone mainstream. With mentions on CNN and CBC during the respective …

Be careful with what you put on Facebook. Even after you hit the delete button on those scathing notes, embarassing photos or drunk texted status updates, they could still come …

Tim Ayres met his fiancee Marg in November 2006, the way many modern couples meet – online. “By date number 3, we knew we’d found something special and didn’t want …

If you want to know how to think outside the box, the first thing you need to do is score a ticket to one of the most exclusive boxes in …

More than 65 000 people in North America have lost their job this week. That’s a lot of people looking when not so many are hiring. So what can you …

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