The website assures users that it’s private and discreet—but payment details can reveal a lot. Of course, a few basic tricks make it possible to assure at least a modicum of anonymity transacting online. For those seriously concerned about online privacy—such as human rights activists, whistleblowers, and journalists—such tools as prepaid debit cards, encrypted e-mail, […]
This is free to use and remix. Kill Bill C-51 rofile photo in layered PSD, JPG and PNG. Facebook cover photo in layered PSD and JPG.
I’ve updated my original map this week and added ‘Canada’ as a search question. Guess what! When I typed in Google’s search box: ‘Why is Canada so’, with the autocomplete feature, the internet thinks that Canada is so GREAT. I’ve been getting positive feedback about this map. One point of clarification though. These one word descriptions […]
It’s simple. I asked Google Search to describe each province in Canada using one word. I type: “Why is [name of province] so” and Google autocompletes my question. I created the map [above] based on the results.
Outernet wants to broadcast a WiFi signal from space to provide the world with free and uncensored internet access. The primary objective of Outernet is to bridge the global information divide by giving everyone access to content like the Wikipedia, Khan Academy and Coursera. In times of disasters, this signal would act like an global […]
AcademicTorrents allows academics to share papers and datasets through a cheap and decentralized platform. It’s legal, free and allows researchers access to world class research. [HT: TorrentFreak. Image by nrkbeta used under CC Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0]
It was announced today that MySpace has reinvented itself to become a music discovery service called Myspace (note the lower-case “s”). It’s good that they’re trying to bring back an online space into the spotlight and I imagine there is money to be made from online music. I never had an account with them and […]