The Privacy Lover’s Gift Giving Guide

It's that time of year again: while religious and spiritual beliefs may differ, for many of us December is a time to break out annual gift lists and start shopping for loved ones. So what do you get for that special someone who needs help protecting their privacy, particularly now that tinfoil hats are out? […]

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Four things you probably don’t want to keep on Evernote

True fact: I have mad love for Evernote. It is without question one of my absolute favorite apps, replacing a longtime history of carrying a book & pen wherever I travel, while providing greater power over notes through information control, collection, sharing, access and safekeeping. I see an article on the web I want to […]

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Big Data Comes to Halifax

If you are in business, research or technology, odds are you’ve heard about the term ‘big data’. Definitions range from ‘more data than you can understand’ to ‘a change in how we process and interpret, with more information than we know what to do with’. The exact science is still a debate, but the impact […]

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