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Do you believe that the Internet is God or are you a follower of a religion or inclined to be an atheist? A scientist and a spiritual leader debate this provoking topic at the University of Toronto. Join me for an evening of enlightenment on Sept. 18 at OISE Auditorium at 7 pm.
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Yahoo unveils new logo
Financial Post
Yahoo has adopted a new logo for the first time since shortly after the Internet company's founding 18 years ago. The redesigned look is part of a makeover that Yahoo has been undergoing since the company hired Google executive Marissa Mayer to become Yahoo's CEO 14 months ago.
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Mobile web to eclipse desktop sooner than expected
The Globe and Mail
A few short years ago, back when spotting an iPad in public was still a novelty, some tech prognosticators were boldly predicting that it wouldn’t be long before use of the mobile web surpassed Internet usage through computers. It was a little hard to imagine.
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Vietnam's social media censorship takes effect
CBC News
A controversial internet law prohibiting Vietnamese citizens from posting any content online that harms national security or opposes the state has taken effect. The new law, dubbed Decree 72, limits what Vietnamese citizens can post on their online personal pages, including Facebook, Twitter and blogs.
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10 ways to protect your workplace from Twitter hacking
The Globe and Mail
To prevent the hacking of social media accounts becoming a regular occurance for small business, the best thing you can do is arm your employees with best practices and guidelines to minimize risks of using social media networks like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. The following ten tips can help you protect your business:
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Yahoo unveils new logo
Financial Post
Yahoo has adopted a new logo for the first time since shortly after the Internet company’s founding 18 years ago.

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Signals sent through internet connect brain of 1 person to another
CBC News
American researchers say they've performed what they believe is the first ever human-to-human brain interface, where one person was able to send a brain signal to trigger the hand motions of another person.

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Facebook market value reaches $100 billion as social network finally monetizes mobile
Tech Vibes
Facebook's market value passed $100 billion today as investors have renewed faith that the company can monetize its vast mobile presence.

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How pro sports teams are using data analytics to draft better players
Financial Post
Every summer when the National Hockey League unveils its schedule for the coming season, Bill Nowicki can tell almost immediately which matchups are going to be difficult to market to fans of the Carolina Hurricanes. As the director of ticket operations for the Hurricanes, and a 20-year veteran of the ticketing industry, he has a keen eye for which games each season will resonate with the team’s fans.
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The journey of a successful crowdsourcing startup
Crowdsourcing.org
Crowd-powered startups are constantly popping up — we've written about many such ventures here at Crowdsourcing.org. As is the nature of all startups, many have failed, others are muddling through, and a few have experienced success. One of the best-known and most successful crowd-powered startups is Waze, a mapping app that allows users to report traffic jams, and automatically directs drivers to their destination via the most optimal route.
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3 critical steps to VoIP planning
Network Computing
When implementing Voice over IP (VoIP), technical teams often overlook key elements. Without proper planning, these issues will come back to bite you. Here are three things to include in your plans to ensure a successful deployment.
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