Summary of IdleNoMore traffic for Dec 16-23
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Summary of IdleNoMore traffic for Dec 16-23

Idle No More did something remarkable this weekend. It remained active.

Yopro vs. Loblaw has left the building: a look back at an online crisis
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Yopro vs. Loblaw has left the building: a look back at an online crisis

Lessons from the Yopro v. Loblaw online crisis that came and went in a few days.

Analysis of IdleNoMore (Dec 21)
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Analysis of IdleNoMore (Dec 21)

IdleNoMore is a growing, gender-neutral movement. And it doesn’t look like it’s going to settle down much over the coming days.

Why the Government can’t be #IdleNoMore
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Why the Government can’t be #IdleNoMore

TellVicEverything may be one of the big digital game changers of the year in Canadian politics. However, there is a strong contender gaining steam everyday. And this one… well, #IdleNoMore will probably get in the way of Prime Minister Harper’s Christmas down time.

Hélène Campbell: Individuals make a difference
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Hélène Campbell: Individuals make a difference

In this documentary trailer, double-lung transplant recipient Hélène Campbell explains the role of individuals in making change.

Livescribe jumps the shark
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Livescribe jumps the shark

Farewell, Livescribe. I will remember how awesome you once were.

Posted in: Rambles, Technology
The Yopro vs. Loblaw pile-on raises some serious ethical questions
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The Yopro vs. Loblaw pile-on raises some serious ethical questions

This is not a broken guitar. This is a business deal. And, most of us haven’t enough information to be making the judgements I’ve read.

Most searched Canadian politicians for 2012
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Most searched Canadian politicians for 2012

The list of the ten most-searched Canadian politicians according to Google’s Canadian Zeitgeist for 2012.

Posted in: Politics
Truly #IdleNoMore: analysis of what could become #NativeWinter
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Truly #IdleNoMore: analysis of what could become #NativeWinter

The #IdleNoMore movement began four weeks ago. Yesterday over 2,800 participants issued over 14,600 tweets. Here’s some of what we can determine from analysing that activity.

Silver fish handcatch: A Detroit TV anchor’s story
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Silver fish handcatch: A Detroit TV anchor’s story

How a TV news anchor for Detroit’s WXYZ discovered the power of social media, reinvented the station’s relationship with the news and its audience — and built a community in the process.

I was positively ID’d by a K9 unit sniffer dog
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I was positively ID’d by a K9 unit sniffer dog

Would it surprise you to learn that I was positively sniffed out by a Border Services K9 sniffer dog in Toronto’s Pearson Airport?

Who can it be now?
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Who can it be now?

An eighties-themed party was an opportunity to dress in the crazy cotton, winter-ignorant fashions of our youth.

Posted in: Rambles