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Feb 28, 2011

DIY Digital is the way to beat usage-based billing

Bill Wittur
In the first of a series for rabble.ca: how we can resist the increase in the cost of internet in Canada by cancelling and boycotting services related to the companies behind these increases.
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Mar 26, 2010
If we can make everything we need ourselves then what? What are the legal, corporate, cultural and psychological roadblocks MakerCulture needs to break through to the mainstream?

MakerCulture: What's the new world order?

Savithri Sastri
Colin Schultz
Mark Melnychuk
Julianne Hazlewood
If we can make everything we need ourselves then what? What are the legal, corporate, cultural and psychological roadblocks MakerCulture needs to break through to the mainstream?
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Mar 19, 2010
MakerCulture: Edupunks of the world unite!

MakerCulture: Edupunks of the world unite!

Steve Howard
Nicole Veerman and Jim Saunders
We shouldn't rely on paperwork to back up someone's qualifications. Here is how some people are developing a new, radical approach to education.
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Mar 17, 2010

Harper's hitlist: Watchdogs muzzled and kept on chains

Murray Dobbin
The federal government consists of many arms-length and independent agencies designed to be beyond political control. Undermining and manipulating commissions and watchdogs is the PM's way.
News
Mar 12, 2010
Our comestibles get artists' creative juices flowing, both in and out of the kitchen.

MakerCulture: Playing with our food

Arti Patel
Vincent McDermott
Sonya Benjamin
Adam Vrankulj and Christian Nathler
Our comestibles get artists' creative juices flowing, both in and out of the kitchen.
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Mar 10, 2010
Harper's hitlist: The Richard Colvin scandal, tricky Conservative election accounting and ignoring parliamentary resolutions.

Harper's hitlist: The Afghan torture affair

Murray Dobbin
The undermining of Canadian Democracy -- A look at the Richard Colvin scandal, tricky Conservative election accounting and ignoring parliamentary resolutions.
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Mar 5, 2010

MakerCulture: Building communities through culture

Madelyn Chung
Sasha-Ann Simons
Lauren Solski
Do-It-Yourself (DIY), or "making" has become a popular trend over the past few years. Here is a look at some of those who are doing it for themselves.
News
Mar 3, 2010

Harper's assault on democracy

Murray Dobbin
As Parliament resumes, this is the first in a new series looking at the harm Prime Minister Stephen Harper is doing to the political and social fabric of Canada.
News
Feb 26, 2010
Citizen science is an exciting new trend that increases the size and scope of scientific analysis, widens participation, and draws ordinary people into debate and research.

MakerCulture: Dr. Everyman

Carrie Simmons
Maria Ionova and Jess Brady
Citizen science is an exciting new trend that increases the size and scope of scientific analysis, widens participation, and draws ordinary people into debate and research.

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