When we look back over the course of the past hundred years it becomes clear that the period 1948-1973 was a golden one for the "developed" countries.
As the elder members of our society cease to work they will not fade into retirement homes, bridge clubs and gardening but will instead revive the activist impulses of their youth.
Aaron Swartz -- a pioneer of key social networking technologies, champion of internet freedoms who helped bring Creative Commons to the Internet -- has committed suicide.
Reading Revolution 2.0 against the backdrop of the current unrest in Egypt, one can't help but feel nostalgic.
We humans have been able to accomplish a lot with technology, but we've also created a lot of damage. Maybe it's time we started learning from nature rather than trying to conquer it.
OpenMedia's crowd-funded online hub, created to grow our numbers and amplify our voices, is ready at http://openmedianow.net
Are you alive or simply a stream of data? According to Nora Young, author and host of CBC Radio's trends and tech show Spark, we could already be well on our way to becoming a strange hybrid of both.
My students at the University of Western Ontario culled video, audio, text and stills from the mediaverse that is rabble.ca and created an interactive, rich media book exclusively for iPad.
Canada has become the latest country to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a secretive international trade agreement that would extend Internet restrictions across the globe.
OpenMedia.ca has launched a citizen-made online video educating Canadians about the true cost of the government's online spying legislation C-30 and the threat it poses to personal privacy.