Can this onion ring get more fans than Stephen Harper? Yes, yes it can.
CRTC makes a rare acknowledgment of rural Canada.
Content-makers in B.C. get two tax breaks.
James Cameroon — wait, Cameron — hints at Avatar 2: Electric Bugaloo.
Canada pwns US&A in digital music sales.
Martha and the Muffins are back and we don’t care.
Nelly Furtado scores a role in skating musical that nobody asked for.
Facebook to offer webmail?
Details from secret ACTA meetings start to trickle out.
Obama BELIEVES in Net Neturality – YES WE MIGHT!
Begun, the eBook price wars have…
Australian Courts take ISPs off the hook for digital transgressions.
Rogers courts Olympic visitors with cheap SIM cards.
DAVE’s not here, man — try Mobilicity.
Satellite Radio coming to a BlackBerry near you.
Nokia’s Symbian mobile OS goes open-source.
Websites of the Week:
Anth – The Public Domain Manifesto.
Andrew – ACTA: END THE SECRECY (Facebook group)
FIRST RATE PEOPLE – “Dress So Fine”