Standard interview questions like “Where do you see yourself in five years?” and “Tell me about a time when you had to overcome a challenge” have taken on new meaning after going through the pandemic. For many of us, the collective experience has provided a new perspective on what we want out of a job, where we want to work, and with whom.
The federal government’s Bill C-10 proposed last fall aims to amend the Broadcasting Act, to essentially push taxes and requirements on all streaming services on the internet, to have them contribute to Canadian content like traditional broadcasters.
Bill C-10 had an exception to exclude social media, but that has now been ripped out according to followers of today’s Meeting No. 26 of the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage (CHPC).
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Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes all the new products from its Spring Loaded event, including the new purple iPhone, the M1 powered iMac, Apple Silicon in the iPad Pro, finally finding the AirTags, a closer look at Cellbrite’s software, and Apple’s Challenge for Change’ campaign.
An experimental Google Assistant feature codenamed “Guacamole” will give you the power to issue voice commands without having to preface it with “Hey, Google.” That is, if the tech giant decides to give it a wide release. Android Police has spotted the Guacamole option in the Settings of the latest beta version of the Google app, and other people with devices running Android 11 discovered it in their application, as well. However, nobody could toggle it on yet. According to 9to5Google, only employees testing the feature should have access to it at the moment, and even the FAQ linked in the option leads to an internal page.