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.
Trying to figure out how to learn French in Montreal without spending too much money? Here’s some suggestions. Don’t worry… we don’t tell you “just go speak to someone.”
Quebec politics could have used a little more John Hughes this week.
When you’re at the top, there’s usually only one way to go… down. Montreal needs to take action to stay viable in the software and technology sectors.
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.