technology

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Remixology Vancouver

Aug 18, 2010 to Aug 19, 2010
W2 Storyeum
151 W. Cordova St
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 17' 0.1104" N, 123° 6' 28.1268" W
British Columbia CA
Fresh Media presents a new monthly series featuring thirst-quenching media innovation and new ideas, spurred by the growing energy around how we engage with modern technology, art and media.
Book Review
Jun 4, 2010
DIY U: Edupunks, Edupreneurs, and the Coming Transformation of Higher Education

DIY U: Can digital solutions save universities?

Josh Cole
In a world being radically altered by new media technologies, should the university embrace those technologies, or resist them? This is the question Anya Kamenetz explores in her new book DIY U.
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Net Change Week 2010

Jun 7, 2010 to Jun 12, 2010
MaRS Centre
101 College Street
M5G 1L7 Toronto
Canada
43° 39' 35.7264" N, 79° 23' 19.5" W
CA
Explore how technology can support social change
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Northern Voice 2010: Personal blogging and social media

May 7, 2010 to May 8, 2010
Life Sciences building
UBC main campus
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 15' 55.0008" N, 123° 15' 2.0016" W
British Columbia CA
Northern Voice is a conference for bloggers and people interested in becoming bloggers and those keen to learn more about personal publishing, social media, the read/write web and Web 2.0.
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FITC Toronto 2010

Apr 25, 2010 to Apr 27, 2010
Hilton Hotel
145 Richmond Street West, Toronto Canada M5H 2L2
M5H 2L2 Toronto
Canada
43° 39' 0.936" N, 79° 23' 7.4184" W
CA
Considered the flagship event of all FITC events, FITC Toronto has grown into an international celebration of the world's top interactive and new media talent.
Columnists
Mar 3, 2010

Is Canada a mobile laggard?

If politicians and policy craft a vision and plan for our digital economy, Canada could become a leader in mobile communications leading to new forms of entrepreneurialism and social change.
News
Jan 22, 2010

3D printers: The ultimate makers

Christian Bergmeister
Geoff Turner
Matt Lundy
Mike Kennedy
Three dimensional printing allows a user to make or print, anything they can design -- functional prototypes, concept models and even human organs.

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