Business Evolves. Canadian businesses (and others) may find themselves using automated servers around the world.
Meet Kim Hachey who is about to do all the things in Montreal we all want to do but still haven’t done. Yet.
This book about books is loosely based on Kafka’s The Castle and highly self aware.
What do you need when you can’t get the train to fit in the tunnel? What if you need someone to shut up? What if it’s closing time and you’re not ready to go?
When thinking about the future of cloud storage, King Ludd proposes a rentable container style system where communication between containers is possible.
This week brings news about liberal MNA probes, 19 year old wonder hackers, and fairly repulsive insight into your chicken tenders.
What would you do if you were made boss of Intel tomorrow? Probably cursing your predecessor.
Otters are not as cute as you might think. Tony Accurso, Patrick Brzaeau, and the Bordeaux prison aren’t that cute either.
Smart watches and other wearable devices might want to thank their defunct forefather, the Chumby.
Away from the comedy circuit for a record 11 days, Carrozza thought he saw Margaret Thatcher in her underwear eating key lime pie (we’re just kidding about one of those things).
Everything changes this week. Quebec has its premature election. PKP resurfaces. The glaciers melt. The oceans rise. Bring your umbrella.
King Ludd launches an invective at the blandness of brand designed user interfaces.