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Will Uber ever come to Vancouver?
The Province and City of Vancouver are dragging their feet on ridesharing. The public is underserved, and they're pissed.
Tobin Wait
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Smart clothing won't take off for a while. Here's why.
More and more companies are expanding their product lines to include smart clothing. But the hurdles are too big to overcome.
Rob Boffard
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Why have STI rates risen
Some point to social media for the increase, but the problem is more complex
Katharine Moore
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The robot caregiver: Emergency relief or permanent solution?
Using robots to help with daily life is common, but can they offer the emotional support humans need?
Kaitlyn Lo
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The art and science of ASMR
A niche movement combating sleeplessness and PTSD faces its own hurdles 
Katharine Moore
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The dawn of the immobile athlete
Gamers shake stereotypes and take e-sports to the next level
Kaitlyn Lo
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What does it mean to be authentic?
Humans wear many masks, but is there a real you underneath them?
Tobin Wait
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What music would the first human colony on Mars make?
Because sooner or laster, they're going to get bored.
Rob Boffard
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Can satnav survive in the age of Google Maps?
New applications of an “old” technology could lead to considerable benefits
Rob Boffard
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Social media has destroyed the film review industry
Movie commentary is no longer confined to “critics,” and that might be a problem
Kaitlyn Lo
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Silicon Dharma for the digital age
From yoga mats to pants, digital tech is reaching for your inner yogi
Katharine Moore
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Shakespeare is a rap god
The Mount Rushmore of rap: Shakespeare, Shady, ‘Pac, B.I.G.
Tobin Wait
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Who owns meme content?
Memes are everywhere, but tracking ownership is a tricky game.
Katharine Moore
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You can't turn art into a meme
There are no rules on the internet. Except this one.
Rob Boffard
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Memes and the herd mentality
While the herd mentality may save our lives, it could also be the thing that kills innovation.
Kaitlyn Lo
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Ali, memes, and a movement that's here to stay
In 1975, well before the internet, memes and Facebook, Muhammad Ali delivered some memorable words at Harvard University that still resonate today.
Tobin Wait
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Virtual reality is going to change the art world forever
Thanks to virtual reality, things in the art world are about to get very, very interesting.
Rob Boffard
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Twitterfame
Twitter appears to be the online version of a mass gathering where everyone talks and nobody listens.
Katharine Moore
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Why art matters
“The essence of all beautiful art, all great art, is gratitude.” — Friedrich Nietzsche
Tobin Wait
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Wooden keyboards are the future
Niche market showing signs of growth
Rob Boffard
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3D printed food: For here or to go?
3D printing offers interesting possibilities for the food industry, and the world.
Kaitlyn Lo
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Is cannabis culture replacing wine culture?
Chronic connoisseurs are challenging the hegemony of wine.
Katharine Moore
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Is digital technology killing art?
Digital technology has changed the way we interact with everything, but the surrounding world has always had an impact on how art is viewed.
Katharine Moore
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The paperless generation
Constant connectivity has consequences
Kaitlyn Lo
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Wanna play Pokémon GO for a living?
You could, but it probably wouldn't make much sense.
Rob Boffard
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21st Century language war
Does the english language as we know it stand a chance?
Tobin Wait