I wrote a pretend news piece about the BC Throne Speech. It's satire. You'll like it.
Fourteen months after I officially started volunteering with OpenMedia, the OMance is still going strong, which is why OpenMedia's Community Engagement Specialist Aleks Besan recently interviewed me. Thanks to OM for deciding to showcase my contributions! <3
It takes a little imagination to conceive of what's possible without net neutrality protections in the U.S., but it's well worth the effort. In my latest article for OpenMedia, I speculate on what might come next, and it's not pretty.
I make no apologies for my Minecraft puns.
Whipped up this image based on a joke in a livestream. If you've played Minecraft in the past two years, you'll get it.
The recent ransomware attacks should be an IT security wake up call for all of us. For the healthcare sector, it should be a code blue.
Read my latest for OpenMedia to become terrifyingly informed.
Time after time, the security infrastructure that all our technologies depend upon has been sabotaged in the name of law enforcement. In my latest article for OpenMedia, I show how governments are moving tech-security policy in the wrong direction, and why soon enough, that's going to bite us in the ass.
I have discovered fuse beads! Known more often by their brand names (Perler, Hama, and Artkal, to name a few), they're simply coloured HDPE beads used to create 2D art, and enjoying a surge in popularity thanks in part to their being a great medium for recreating sprite art from classic 8 and 16-bit video games.