Take One magazine review of BUDGE

Take One magazine review of BUDGE

TAKE ONE is Canada’s foremost magazine about film. by Gene Walz Fall, 1998 F.R. “Budge” Crawley, the founder of a company that made thousands of highly regarded industrial documen-taries, fought an epochal and ultimately losing battle to transform...
Stopping Bill Gates, Saturday Night

Stopping Bill Gates, Saturday Night

How a mild-mannered Canadian techno-wizard kept cyberspace free It was on a long, quiet flight from Japan to San Francisco in June of 1992, that Steve Deering, a Canadian computer scientist, first figured out how to save the Internet. It was a bit cramped in the coach...
Is this any way to run cyberspace?

Is this any way to run cyberspace?

Why the hacker ethos is bad for the net with journalist Katrina Onstad Technology Magazine, fall, 1996 Hacker culture is a pervasive part of the computer age. Most hackers are pretty harmless, wanna-bes or kids who learn to program from bulletin-board systems. At the...
Fatal Dose, Saturday Night

Fatal Dose, Saturday Night

Saturday Night magazine June 1994 There was a point  in technological development when designers were so enamoured of computer software, as opposed to hardware, that  it invaded every aspect of design.  This story tells the terrible consequences of design without...
How a 14-year-old sued her parents for support–and won

How a 14-year-old sued her parents for support–and won

The Globe and Mail Focus section cover story, August 21, 1993 This article portrayed how a legal organization was using an Ontario law to aid teenagers at the expense–literally–of their parents, and at the cost of the family working things out outside the...
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