• Keeping Even-Keeled and Christmas Season

    It’s an emotional roller coaster for Canucks fans right now. After the Canucks largely successful road trip through California, fans were jubilant, certain that this was confirmation that this Canucks’ season wouldn’t be as disastrous as the previous one. It took just one, ugly loss to the sub-.500 Arizona Coyotes to undo all those good feelings and convince those same fans that the end of the world was nigh.

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  • Losing California and Karaoke Competitions

    Recording prior to the game against Ryan Kesler and the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday, Daniel and Harrison speculate about the result and use that as a springboard to examine how fans have reacted to the Canucks’ strong start to the season.

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  • Digital media scholar Alfred Hermida

    Alfred Hermida, University of BC professor and author of the newly released Tell Everyone: Why We Share and Why It Matters talks to Digital Life reporter Gillian Shaw about how social media is changing our lives and shaping the way we communicate.

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  • 2014 BC Technology Report Card

    KPMG’s 2014 BC Technology Report Card is out. Does BC get a passing grade or does our tech sector need work? Gillian Shaw speaks with Tony Lindsay, market leader for KPMG’s tech practice in Vancouver, Slavi Diamandiev, KPMG’s economics practice leader, and Bill Tam, the BC Technology Industries Association president.

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Keeping Even-Keeled and Christmas Season

It’s an emotional roller coaster for Canucks fans right now. After the Canucks largely successful road trip through California, fans were jubilant, certain that this was confirmation that this Canucks’ season wouldn’t be as disastrous as the previous one. It took just one, ugly loss to the sub-.500 Arizona Coyotes to undo all those good feelings and convince those same fans that the end of the world was nigh.

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Losing California and Karaoke Competitions

Recording prior to the game against Ryan Kesler and the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday, Daniel and Harrison speculate about the result and use that as a springboard to examine how fans have reacted to the Canucks’ strong start to the season.

Read More

Digital media scholar Alfred Hermida

Alfred Hermida, University of BC professor and author of the newly released Tell Everyone: Why We Share and Why It Matters talks to Digital Life reporter Gillian Shaw about how social media is changing our lives and shaping the way we communicate.

Read More

2014 BC Technology Report Card

KPMG’s 2014 BC Technology Report Card is out. Does BC get a passing grade or does our tech sector need work? Gillian Shaw speaks with Tony Lindsay, market leader for KPMG’s tech practice in Vancouver, Slavi Diamandiev, KPMG’s economics practice leader, and Bill Tam, the BC Technology Industries Association president.

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Passing Judgement and Ben Affleck

The Canucks season is currently in a weird limbo state. We’re far enough in that it seems like we’re seeing trends that will dictate how the entire season will play out, but it’s still far too early to pass judgement on the team.

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3D Printing Pioneer John Biehler

Digital Life host Gillian Shaw chats with John Biehler, 3D printer pioneer and author of the newly released book 3D Printing with Autodesk.

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First Loss and Jump Scares

Tragedy! The Canucks lost their first game of the season on the weekend, which means everything is awful, right? Actually, Daniel and Harrison are still feeling pretty positive about the team, even after the loss to the Lightning.

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Printing Human Tissue

Dr. Konrad Walus, Ph.D., P.Eng is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and co-founder of Aspect Biosystems. His UBC spin-off technology company has developed a process to 3D print human tissue on demand which may lead to major innovations in medicine.

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Joel Salatin, High Priest of Pasture

Host Randy Shore talks with small-space agriculture evangelist Joel Salatin, whose Virginia farm blends technology and biology to produce healthy foods that nourish his customers and the land. We wonder, can farming be cool again?

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