A recent Facebook commentary poste
CRTC Chair Ian Scott Spells Out The Future
Two days before winning four American Music Awards, Taylor Swift made her political views known in a lengthy stateme
The New York Review of Books decision to publish a piece penned by the disgraced TV broadcaster has sparked online outrage.
The future is, for most, an increasingly scary place. Making future predictions is always a risky business.
You may remember last year when Facebook was widely ridiculed for claiming that it reached more people than exist. Well, not being satisfied with that, this year the gap between Facebook's claimed reach and the number of living, breathing humans has grown. No, you can't make this shit up.
You can’t just wait on 40 million people around the world to pay $10 each, although that’s a really good business model. If you really want to change the industry for the better, you’ve got to get the other 90 million people with access to a credit card and cable. That’s when it’s gonna start to explode.
Hugh Stephens calls Michael Geist's criticisms of the FairPlay Canada Coalition a load of bosh and counters with an effective deconstruction of the Ottawa academic's public pulpit pounding against an independent piracy review committee.
Biotech billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong is the new owner of the Los Angeles Times and the San Diego Union-Tribune. Below is a letter to readers that appeared as a full-page ad in Sunday’s newspapers:
Wouldn’t it be cool if someone working at companies who sell music, a product the company doesn’t create themselves, stepped up and said, “let’s fairly compensate our vendors, the musicmakers.”
35 years ago today, in 1983, folk singer/songwriter Stan Rogers, age 33, died of smoke inhalation in a flash fire on an Air Canada flight which had