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RIM Is Cutting Summer Vacations And Making Employees Work Six Days A Week (RIMM)

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Following RIM's announcement that it's delaying its new mobile operating system, BlackBerry 10, until 2013, the Ottawa Citizen is now reporting employees at RIM's Ottawa office are being asked to work six days a week and cut back on summer vacation. The employees are tasked with finishing BlackBerry 10, which...
RIM Is Cutting Summer Vacations And Making Employees Work Six Days A Week (RIMM)

RIM woos China’s developer community ahead of upcoming BB10 launch

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RIM is struggling in the US, and to a lesser extent in Europe, but its presence in parts of Asia and the Middle East belie its faltering status in the West. Aware of the importance of emerging markets, RIM is working hard to prepare the ground for the upcoming launch...
RIM woos China’s developer community ahead of upcoming BB10 launch

No, metered-content walls won't save journalism

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Paywalls of all kinds have been popping up at newspapers across North America like mushrooms after a rainstorm, thanks in large part to the adoption of a metered paywall at the New York Times last year. The latest to join the cavalcade are some of the major papers in Canada’s...
No, metered-content walls won't save journalism
RIM’s BlackBerry 10 launch plan: Work Ottowa employees into the ground

Canadian government accidentally sponsors The Pirate Bay, blames Yahoo for the mistake

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The Canadian government this week temporarily suspended an online marketing campaign after banners for it appeared on The Pirate Bay. How did they get there? It’s not clear. All we know is the Department of Finance Canada is blaming Yahoo, which in turn is shifting the blame to Sympatico. The...
Canadian government accidentally sponsors The Pirate Bay, blames Yahoo for the mistake

Does Setting Up A Paywall Suddenly Make Your Readers Erudite & Intellectual vs. Crass & Tacky?

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We've seen all sorts of bizarre defenses of paywalls for newspapers, but I think this latest one might be the strangest. Melanie Coulson, a senior editor at the Ottawa Citizen, which recently added a paywall, makes the argument that paywalls are needed to get newspapers to stop competing for pageviews...
Does Setting Up A Paywall Suddenly Make Your Readers Erudite & Intellectual vs. Crass & Tacky?
Canada airports and border points to record traveler conversations
Canadian safety minister orders stop to airport recording pending 'privacy impact assessment'

Liquid Computing & the Curse of a Computer Hardware Startup

gigaom.com
It’s hard out there for a systems vendor — that is, if the death of Liquid Computing, an Ottawa, Ontario-based startup that until last week was building a unified computing box to help manage the virtualization of the data center, is any indication. Last week, a round of funding failed...
Liquid Computing & the Curse of a Computer Hardware Startup
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