Mark Stone

Before switching careers to writing, Mark spent many years in information technologywearing several hats, including five years as an Information Security Analyst with the provincial government in Manitoba.

When Mark moved to Kelowna, he began writing columns about information security and realized he had a knack for writing. Mark wrote a fiction novel, which was published in 2008, and was also a finalist in a TV pilot screenwriting contest for Spike TV.

In addition to writing about tech, he's been covering the entertainment world for five years.


Articles written by Mark Stone

Biggest Fans of Samsung's New Galaxy S5? Apple iPhone Users, it Seems
Is Netflix's Vision of the Future Technical Magic or a Total Nightmare?
Too Much Twitter Can Kill Your Marriage, Study Finds
If You're Spending More Than $10 on an HDMI Cable, You're Getting Ripped Off
Think Canadians are Less Immune to Government Spying Than Americans? Think Again
Daughter’s ‘Suck It!’ Facebook Post Costs Father $80,000
In Unexpected Twist, Google Looks to Israel to Beef Up Online Security
The Ebook vs. Paperbook Fight Rages On: Will There – Or Should There – Ever be a Winner?
Will the Rogers-NHL Deal Bring Hockey to your Smartphone and Tablet, or Will Rogers Blow It?
Okanagan Tech Firm Turning Math on Its Head with Innovative Learning App
Turns out We're Not Actually Cord-cutting: Why Canadians are Still Clinging to Cable
Canadians Take a Beat-ing with Inability to Access Streaming Services Like Pandora and Hulu
Why a US Net Neutrality Court Case May Affect Canadians Too
As Siri Gets Sexier, Will We be Willing to Die for Her?
Rogers to Take on Netflix and Hulu with Launch of Video-streaming Service
Is Twitter Evil, or Just The People Using It?
Four Important Things You Must Do to Protect Yourself Online This Year
Why Sex and Technology Don’t Mix
This Holiday Season, Microsoft is Putting the Scrooge in Scroogled
How Canadians Can Watch US Netflix
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