In the media

Vice “People are literally dying and injuring themselves for the perfect Insta Snap” (Ebony-Renee Baker, writer).

The London Free Press “St. Thomas emergency responders tied up for several hours after man climbs 45-metre crane” (Dale Carruthers, reporter).

Interview on “Social decoding of social media” in the journal Social Contexts (Konteksty Społeczne)

106.9 the X. Facebook introduces “fake news” filtering.

CTV News. The year fake news headlines fooled readers.

Epoch Times. Woo YouTube celebrity accused of network content monitoring cited concern.

Ottawa Citizen. Star of 24 hour challenge video channel charged, after quitting job to focus on making videos.

Fanshawe College Radio. How technology affects Canadians and creates new forms of digital living.

The Gazette. Smartphones have changed the dating game.

MotherBoard. If Canada’s Internet is so great, why are so many people still without it?

CTV News. Back-to-school searches surge amongst Canadian students.

The Canadian Press. Back-to-school YouTube searches surge as students seek DIY content.

Yahoo! News. Back-to-school searches surge as students seek DIY content.

Edmonton Journal.

Vancouver Province.

Ottawa Citizen. Back to school draws from digital media.

Live Science. Dying for a selfie? Why people risk their lives for self-photos.

Los Angeles Times. Spying on an ex via Facebook is no way to get over a breakup.

FM 1010. Facebook breakups.

CTV London. Western study finds alarming amount of Facebook users “creep” their ex’s.

CTV Windsor. Study finds alarming amount of Facebook users “creep” their ex’s.

Sarnia Observer. Western University study finds 88% of Facebook users ‘creep’ former partners.

Toronto Sun. 88% of Facebook users admit to ‘creeping’ ex-partners: Study.

London Free Press. “Are you a creeper, too?

IAN’s English. ‘Creeping’ ex-partners haunt Facebook users: Study.

London Free Press. Uber taxi service looks at London market.

Edmonton Sun. Slacktivists hope to change the world one click at a time in 2014.

London Free Press. Slacktivists hope to change the world one click at a time in 2014.

The Peterborough Examiner. Slacktivists hope to change the world one click at a time in 2014.

London Community News. London billboards feature Pope in campaign blitz.

Best Health magazine. Confessions of a Facebook stalker: I knew it was slightly creepy. But I couldn’t help myself.

Yahoo News. Awkward! How Facebook complicates breakups.

Live Science. 10 Tips for healthy Facebook breakups.

CBC News. Why transport apps like Uber are shaking up how you get around: Mobile technology fuels rise of ride-sharing service at same time people want more personal freedom.

The Sudbury Star. Accent: Neknominations – The online dare.

The Globe and Mail. The ‘smart home’ is coming soon – and here’s what it will mean.

The Gazette. It’s not you, it’s Facebook.

The London Free Press. Viral drinking game started in Australia.

Huffington Post. Digital Divide: Canada’s Poorest Sacrifice Basic Needs to Get Connected.

Western News. Western named among nation’s elite employers.

Ottawa Citizen. Censorship of web comments on People Science Magazine.

CBC Spark. Digital divide and its implication for education.

Best Health. [Text] Feature article on cyberstalking.

Interview with American Magazine Connectivism (National Cable & Telecommunications Association) on the Controversies and Possibilities of Wiring the Canadian Arctic.

Western University Report. The nine (million) lives of Internet cats.

Western News. Why we have embraced a revolution in spreading ideas.

Financial Post. Digital divide persists in Canada, both in access and Internet fluency.

PostMedia News. Research on the Digital Divide.

Edmonton Journal. Digital divide persists in Canada, both in access and Internet fluency.

Vernon BC news. Digital divide persists in Canada, both in access and Internet fluency.

Winnipeg Free Press. Some Canadians are getting tired of all the digital distraction.

CTV News Kitchener. Some Canadians happy to stay smartphone-free.

Winnipeg Free Press.

National Post / The Canadian Press. Smartphone-free, and loving it: For some people, being disconnected is divine.

The Loop by Sympatico.

Western Gazette. Facebook fallacy: Less use by students than expected.

Western News. Future of technology in society.

Western News. Future of your digital self.

Western News. Librarians move to fill void for ‘digital natives’.

The London Free Press. Teen’s memorial shows best and worst of social media.

Global News. Social media keep long-distance friendships alive, study shows Social media keep long-distance friendships alive, study shows.

The Province. How tweet it is: Social media keep long-distance friendships alive, study shows.

Postmedia News. How tweet it is: Social media keep long-distance friendships alive, study shows.

Blog: Technology Trend Analysis. Hyper-connectivity.

The London Free Press. Interview on Citations to Twitter in Academic Work.

Metro Canada. Kony craze: Real deal or ‘like’ it and leave it?

London Community News. Questioning the pros and cons of councillor Tweeting.

The Gazette. Huron educates with iTunes U.

The London Free Press. Wikipedia goes dark to protest U.S. bills.

iProcrastinate Podcast. Self-Regulation in Instant Messaging.

Western News. Facebook, Twitter update status on negotiations.

Western News. Western researchers participate in new national centres.

Western News. Western researchers part of new centres of excellence.

Winnipeg Free Press. Threats on Facebook and schools’ responses raise concerns for students.