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Dandelion Publishing is the Worst Idea Ever
In 2013, eBook Sales Collapsed... in My Household
Crowd-Frauding: Why the Internet is Fake
The DMCA Takedown of a Feynman Lectures eBook Converter
Too big to disrupt?
UBC students hope ‘sailbot’ makes history crossing Atlantic solo
LinkedIn shares plummet after 'extraordinary' revenue miss
Canada joins global sweep of kids’ online privacy
Quebec's La Presse to scrap weekday print edition to focus on app
The big decision: Which university is for you?
Go Ahead, Drop $400 On the Jesus Phone
Canadian Universities Online Fair
Is that an ad or a news story?
Attention, Education Shoppers
Last Lecture Professor Dies
How a Canadian Cracked the Great Firewall of China
Once Formal Schooling Ends, Learning Rates Drop, Report Finds
Key Case Restores Copyright Balance
Economic, Security Concerns Drive E-learning Boom
Canada Makes Little Headway Against Piracy: Study
MP3s Not Source of Music Industry Woes: Study
UofW Students Worried by Microsoft Deal
10 Million in U.S. Surf Wireless: Survey
Battle Heats Up Over Rights
Microsoft Takes to the Air
Net Copyright Reform: It's Deep in Policy Agenda
For-Profit U.S. Schools Sell Off Their Textbooks
New PCs Likely to Cede Some Control to Outsiders
Harvard Mouse Can't be Patented
Power Lines Promising for Internet Expansion
Ensuring a Free and Open (Source) Society
Can Artists Inspire Scientists?
Winter Storm Blacks Out Thousands
More Adventures With the Penguin
Utilities Test Electric Internet
Case for Linux is a Cultural One - Thus Far
Canada's Music Industry Fires Anti-Piracy Broadside
Ryerson Student Cheered at Expulsion Hearing
Groups Cry Foul Over Malware Course
E-learning Coming of Age
U of Saskatchewan Chooses Not To Use Internet Plagiarism Service
AMD's Athlon Steps Up To 64 Bits
Schools Set Rules on Classroom Gadgets
Canadian Hailed as Father of PC
The wireless data crunch
Tory bill cracks down on copyright pirates
Don't Torch Musicians' Incomes, Burn Media Piracy
Copyright Litigation Threatens Innovation
Copyright Board Freezes Music-Media Levies
Adobe Opens E-book Store
Rights Issue Dogs CD Protection
ClassTalk Puts Damper on Classroom Noise
Real 'Smart Chip' Developed, Scientists Say
Venture Capital Markets Sink to Lowest Level in Seven Years
The Blizzard of 2004
Push to Change Piracy Laws in Unwise
File Swappers Win Big
Google to Introduce Free E-mail Service
Don't Let File-swappers Swamp Copyright Law
Wireless Digital: Coming to a Theatre Near You?
Righting Copywrongs
Minister Vows to Fight Music-swappers
FDA Approves Trial of Brain Implants
UPEI, IBM Tackle Learning in Different Cultures
McDonald's, Sony to serve downloads with Big Macs
Employees Keen to Learn On-line, Board Finds
Teachers Learning New Tools
Can-Spam Act a Failure
Professor Gives Cisco Manual Away For Free
Technology to widen Amber Alerts
New Copyright Law Starts Web Storm
Who's killing Death By Popcorn?
Portability and Piece of Mind on a Keychain
Google Provides Tools for Tailor-Made Search Engines
Music Downloads in Downward Trend
A think-tank should sink or swim
Google to Sell Online Software Suite
EMI, Apple Strip DRM
Turning the Ivory Tower Into an Open Book
The Music Industry's Piracy Tune Gets Old
Researchers Question School in High-Tech Age
Microsoft Takes Slice of Facebook
MySpace Opens Up to Developers in Move On Facebook
Kids Screen Time 'Alarming,' Says Study
Canadians Ace Science Test
Time to Break the Town-and-Gown Barrier
The MPAA Says Oops
Alberta University Takes Academic Cue From Video Games
Bonfire of the Banned ITs: Why you can't get the Kindle in Canada
Canadian winner bemoans bureaucracy
Canadian company develops thought-control technology which uses brain waves
More families are deciding that school's out - forever
Can copyright bill survive with all its kinks?
David Noble, academic and activist, dies at 65
What is a fair price for Internet service?
Watch more than 300 videos in the Globe Life how-to library
Restrictive copyright plays into music industry myths
Spam clogging Amazon’s Kindle self-publishing
Children’s book too hot for U.S. publishers warmly received in Canada
Canadian education awaits a hard lesson, watchdog warns
Canadian universities must reform or perish
Canadian schools falling behind in online learning, report says
Tuition cuts won't increase university access
The diplomacy of knowledge
An online opportunity for Canadian universities
Building open-learning platforms in Canada
Discovery learning is the new higher learning
Why we are weaning our students from electronic noise
To promote growth, Canada needs to fixate on data before credentials
CRTC rules high-speed Internet a basic service, sets targets
Learning from Beyoncé and Kanye: Profs use stars to highlight wider issues

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