Amount of time people spend on their devices and how apps work to retain people’s attention. CBC Radio 1. 2022.
Rogers outage brings relationship with technology into question. CBC. 2022.
Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter and free speech. Global News. 2022.
Connecting digitally has become the new normal in our society. CBC. 2022
Challenges for free speech, Elon Musk’s vision. CTV News National. 2022.
What can East York teach us about a post-pandemic socialization. Global News 980 CFPL. 2022.
Digital methods used to stay in touch during pandemic here to say. London Free Press. 2022.
Elon Musk strikes us with a 44b deal to buy Twitter. Global News. 2022.
Go-getter Grandmas and reluctant Grandpas: A typology of senior smartphone users. National Post. 2022.
Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences and research on digital media post-pandemic. Newstalk 1290 CJBK. 2022.
Canada introduces bill requiring online giants to share revenues with publishers. The New York Times. 2022.
People are literally dying and injuring themselves for the perfect Insta Snap. Vice. 2017.
Facebook introduces “fake news” filtering. 106.9 the X. 2017.
The year fake news headlines fooled readers. CTV News. 2016.
Star of 24 hour challenge video channel charged, after quitting job to focus on making videos. Ottawa Citizen. 2016.
Smartphones have changed the dating game. The Gazette. 2016.
Back-to-school searches surge amongst Canadian students. CTV News. 2015.
Back-to-school YouTube searches surge as students seek DIY content. The Canadian Press. 2015.
Dying for a selfie? Why people risk their lives for self-photos. Live Science. 2015.
Spying on an ex via Facebook is no way to get over a breakup. LA Times. 2015.
Western study finds alarming amount of Facebook users “creep” their ex’s. CTV London. 2015.
Study finds alarming amount of Facebook users “creep” their ex’s. CTV Windsor. 2015.
Western University study finds 88% of Facebook users ‘creep’ former partners. Sarnia Observer. 2015.
88% of Facebook users admit to ‘creeping’ ex-partners: Study. Toronto Sun. 2015.
Slacktivists hope to change the world one click at a time in 2014. Edmonton Sun. 2014.
Confessions of a Facebook stalker: I knew it was slightly creepy. But I couldn’t help myself. Best Health magazine. 2014.
Awkward! How Facebook complicates breakups. Yahoo News. 2014.
10 Tips for healthy Facebook breakups. Live Science. 2014.
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. CBC News. 2014.
Accent: Neknominations – The online dare. The Sudbury Star. 2014.
The ‘smart home’ is coming soon – and here’s what it will mean. The Globe and Mail. 2014.
It’s not you, it’s Facebook. The Gazette. 2014.
Digital Divide: Canada’s Poorest Sacrifice Basic Needs to Get Connected. Huffington Post. 2013.
Western named among nation’s elite employers. Western News. 2013.
Confessions of a Facebook cyberstalker. Best Health. 2014.
The nine (million) lives of Internet cats. Western University Report. 2013.
Why we have embraced a revolution in spreading ideas. Western News. 2013.
Digital divide persists in Canada, both in access and Internet fluency. Financial Post. 2013.
Research on the Digital Divide. PostMedia News. 2013.
Some Canadians are getting tired of all the digital distraction. Winnipeg Free Press. 2013.
Some Canadians happy to stay smartphone-free. CTV News Kitchener. 2013.
Future of technology in society. Western News. 2012.
Future of your digital self. Western News. 2012.
Librarians move to fill void for ‘digital natives’. Western News. 2012.
Hyper-connectivity. Blog: Technology Trend Analysis. 2012.
Huron educates with iTunes U. The Gazette. 2012.
Self-Regulation in Instant Messaging. iProcrastinate Podcast. 2011.
Facebook, Twitter update status on negotiations. Western News. 2010.
Western researchers participate in new national centres. Western News. 2009.
Western researchers part of new centres of excellence. Western News. 2009.
Threats on Facebook and schools’ responses raise concerns for students. Winnipeg Free Press. 2007.