What a protest in Reykjavik over the Panama Papers reveals about post-recession economics
The iconic photo might have more to say about the United States than it does about Cuba
March 23rd, 2016 5 comments
Dr. Kim Rossmo, the Canadian who said that the Pickton murders were the work of a serial killer, helped narrow down Banksy’s identity
When he invented email, Ray Tomlinson also transformed the @ sign from 1,500-year-old typographic relic into the workhorse of Internet communications
The story of Target Canada’s demise, and the employees who lost their jobs, will be the subject of a play to be staged in one of the chain’s abandoned stores
February 23rd, 2016 1 comment
The oldest rule in the book when it comes to cool: Never care whether people think you are cool. So, why do we care so much, Canada?
January 18th, 2016 5 comments
The internet widely celebrated the arrest of its favourite villain, Martin Shkreli, but did it really get justice?
Cab drivers won’t get government intervention. But perhaps Uber’s potential downfall could come from its own system.
December 10th, 2015 3 comments
Someone finally harnessed the Internet for a political campaign. Unfortunately, it’s Donald Trump, the Internet’s media-proof id.
December 7th, 2015 2 comments
The latest Bachelorette controversy reminds us reality TV is all about false choices. In the finale, will the refreshingly honest Kaitlyn make a real one?
What two Bachelorettes and a few early exits tell us about the future of a venerable reality TV fixture
A recap of the series finale of Mad Men, and analysis of what to make of that ending, and the show
A recap of the fourth episode of Mad Men’s season 7B and analysis of a single moment: the end of an agency