I do report writing, editing and journalism - particularly covering technology & Internet, policy and virtual community. I also consult about social media and do qualitative research and analysis
This month could see the start of big improvements to transit in St. John’s and the surrounding areas, but only if those of us who see the importance of a better service work together to support them.
For years, Facebook grew in size and influence at a staggering rate. But recent reports suggest its hold on users — particularly in the developed world — may be weakening. What are the social implications of this change and the move from text to image?
In the aftermath of Trump’s action, both Justin Trudeau and Dwight Ball have repeated and reinforced their positions welcoming immigrants and refugees to our shores. Newfoundland and Labrador, in particular, is coming to recognize that bringing in newcomers from overseas is not only a just and compassionate response to human need, but also is in our own interests, and vital to secure the future prosperity and cultural richness of the region.
Despite some good news, the province's library system continues to be underfunded relative to the rest of Canada.
Co-edited this collection of academic and practitioner essays and co-contributed to a chapter on immigration
Negotiations between cities and the province could take years longer
Disabled users get a boost but is there a long term plan?
Federal government report backs higher speed rail links
The Toronto Zoo's management board has unanimously opened the door to a magnetic levitation train
A pair of complementary exhibitions show how transit in Toronto has been and might have been.
By 2017 Ontario promises new network of car chargers that fill batteries in 20 minutes