Apparently being creative isn't so creative anymore.read more
Sixty percent of the world’s population, that’s over four billion people, have yet to access the Internet. These other four billion live on $10 a day or less, and for many unfortunately, dramatically less.
Without access to the Internet, the majority of the developing world will struggle to go beyond living on $10 a day and creating a more sustainable and better life for them and their families. In turn, communities continue to struggle and this has wide reaching effect on GDP in the countries where they are.read more
Startup Weekend’s goal is to bring communities together and build and launch startups. One startup success story that came from a Startup Weekend in Calgary is Give A Mile, a platform where you can donate travel points to help enable “flights of compassion” to family members and friends of terminally ill patients.read more
We’ve all seen it before, a hashtag-driven social media campaign that backfires on its creators.
Now, a group created to support economic development in Halifax is learning a lesson about being careful what it Tweets.read more
Sia, one of the more interesting and talented musical artists out there today, took to Twitter to issue a public apology following backlash after releasing her latest music video online.read more
Tinder and the Atlanta Hawks collaborated for a "Swipe Right Night" promotion Wednesday night, and it was everything you thought it would be.read more
More than three million pledges totalled $500 million across 22,000 projects on Kickstarter in 2014—more than $1,000 per minute.read more
It’s that time of the week when we look at what creative ideas Canadians are raising money to support.
Check out these Canadian crowdfunding picks-of-the-week:read more
The Sony hack has wreaked some serious havoc on Hollywood.
There have been several grave hacks against huge corporations in the last few years, with Target, Home Depot and Apple’s iCloud coming immediately to mind. But can you recall any other cyber attack in history that has pumped this much fuel into the media engine?read more