We find out that the Provincial debate is pretty snoozy, Greenpeace has lost its wow factor, and a woman who was supposed to give birth to quintuplets lied.
What do we make of the plethora of devices already on the market and still more to come, that have no obvious purpose?
This week, the PQ reintroduces the S-word (Sovereignty), and challenges Judaism, Christianity, and Islam simultaneously.
2 1/2 years after Steve Jobs’ death, how is Apple’s future holding up?
This week hurts. Read on and find out why…
King Ludd asks where we are in the hype cycle for current technologies.
What a long strange trip it’s been… to Ontario.
Free range squirrel is now on Quebec menus but Ukranian model and singer Valeria Lukyanova opts for a lo-cal diet air and light.
Digital currency Bitcoin has lost some value, both economic and trustability, in the wake of theft. Does this prove the currency is just a libertarian ponzi scheme?
Ken “Gus” Gaucher learns TMI about Barbara Walters, prods the new PQ proposed budget, and discovers one thing he’ll have to cross off his bucket list.
With Chrome OS being given preferential treatment and Google’s development of Dart, it might be time to start looking at headstones for the little green robot.
This week, Montreal men’s pole dancing is on the upswing, Chinese balls are on the downswing, and we want to see a few swing following the Charbonneau Commission