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One Degree Thursday October 6 2022

How YouTube Created the Attention Economy

ouTube has consumed a good part of my days for more than a decade. As a teen-ager, I used the video-streaming platform to scrounge for crumbs of knowledge, watching free lectures on everything from algebra to literary modernism.


Why the Online News Act is a Bad Solution to a Real Problem, Part Six: CBC Eligibility Harms News Competition and Its Public Interest Mandate

The blog series on why Bill C-18, the Online News Act, is a bad solution to a real problem continues with the first of several posts on the eligibility rules, starting with the decision to make the CBC eligible for the system that could lead to mandated payments.


Google Canada commits $2.7 million to online safety & digital skills training for Indigenous communities

Google Canada is announcing $2.7 million in grants to empower Canadians to stay safe online and to build more inclusive economic opportunities for Indigenous communities in Canada. Alongside today’s news, research from Public First was released revealing Google’s impact on the Canadian economy


The Nest Doorbell includes intelligent alerts, which can tell the difference between a person, package, animal, and vehicle.¹


8 Things Brands Can No Longer Get Away With On Social Media

Times have changed, and with them so have the rules of social media. No longer can brands get away with simply pushing out content and expecting results. Instead, they need to be more strategic in their approach and innovate in order to stay ahead of the curve.


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