Category: Tech

Is Online TV Killing Traditional TV?

Is Online TV Killing Traditional TV? According to Drew Burstein owner and director of Frame Your TV online is definitely making a big mark, but what are the real numbers, and how many of us have really gone all online and…

Blown away by Beakerhead

*header photo by Trevor Lalonde *article photos by Nadia Elkharadly Back in September I had the chance to experience the Beakerhead Arts and Science Festival in Calgary, Alberta. It turned out to be one of the most interesting and engaging…

Addicted to the LG G5

I love trying out new cell phones, discovering all the new bells and whistles and learning how to make the most out of a new device. This summer and early fall, I had the pleasure of using the new LG G5,…

The Gift the Code Hackathon

When it comes to charity, there’s really so much that can be done, and some organizations are coming up with some very creative ideas to unite people and incite change. That’s where the Capital One Canada Gift the Code hackathon comes…

The Mobile Games Promoting Marvel

Some of the biggest news in gaming this summer was that Marvel’s new mandate is to make “epic” games for console systems. At the time this news was revealed, there was already word of a new, high-end Spider-Man title. But…

One World One Anthem

Wouldn’t it be a beautiful thing if the world came together and stopped thinking about our differences and just started embracing them, and maybe even learning from them. What if we could live in a world that had one anthem,…

The five things every music journalist needs

*photo by Zachary Staines I’ve been doing the music writer/photographer thing for just over seven years now, and over that period of time I’ve learned a thing or two about what tools it takes to create great content about live music….