The original open web known for its blinking text, pixelated images and blue hyperlinks was participatory. It was a production space where the people who enjoyed using it, also helped make it. “Back then it was messy and it was always broken and it was always really ugly,” Canadian journalist Sue Gardner says. The web was a space for free […]
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A new report suggests that universities oursourcing their email service to Google — including Ryerson — are at risk of surveillance by foreign spy agencies.
Ryerson students might soon get unlimited data storage, thanks to an improved online service from Google Apps. In a bid to win over students and educators, the multinational tech corporation announced the new Google Drive for Education would no longer carry a limit of 30 gigabyte for its users, and just like the previous Drive, it’ll be free of charge. […]
Ryerson students and staff will have to wait a bit longer for an instant messaging system, according to the university’s director of computing and communication services (CCS). Google Chat, a popular instant messaging program in the Google Apps family available through Gmail, was intended to be a part of the initial rollout of Google Apps at Ryerson during the 2011-2012 […]