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One Degree Friday June 10 2022

Canadian social media rampant with disinformation on Russia-Ukraine war, report states

A report from the University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy found Canada is a target for pro-Russian disinformation on social media.

The analysis collected more than 6.2 million tweets about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to link disinformation back to Russia and other international accounts to influence opinions in Canada.


Is SEO Worth the Investment?

As someone who has been doing SEO for the last fifteen years, many potential clients are surprised when I tell them to ignore SEO. For some, this is because I think that the business will not currently generate a return on their SEO investment. For others, I think the timing is just wrong.


Advertising requirements for Canadian employers hiring foreign workers

Canadian employers who need a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) in order to hire foreign workers will oftentimes need to complete an advertising requirement.


10 useful macOS Ventura 13 features you might have missed

Apple spent about 18 minutes of the WWDC keynote talking about the major new features in macOS 13 Ventura–and a lot was crammed into that short segment. But a lot was left out too. That means there are several new features coming that weren’t mentioned but that you’ll find to be very useful. Here are a few unmentioned features that stand out.


Google Maps now shows the air quality around you

Google Maps wants to help you only breathe fresh air, and as such it’s debuting a new air quality layer in the US on both Android and iOS. This will show you what to expect, air-wise: whether it’s smoggy, smoky, otherwise bad, or simply wonderful.


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