Category Archives: CBC Radio Column

CBC Radio column: Got an idea and you want to share it? Here’s where.

by DJ Kelly April 6, 2011

In this alberta@noon column on CBC Radio One with host Donna McElligott I talk about the best places to share ideas and to get inspired. We touch on SXSWi (South by Southwest Interactive) in Austin, TX; TED (including the live conference in Long Beach, TED videos and the TED Prize); TEDx, including TEDxEdmonton, TEDxCalgary and TEDxYYC; […]

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CBC Radio column: The future of Watson, the Jeopardy! playing computer

by DJ Kelly March 23, 2011

In this alberta@noon column on CBC Radio One with host Donna McElligott I talk about Watson, IBM’s Jeopardy! playing computer and why what “he” did is so complex, what we can learn by this kind of human/computer competition, and why you’ll might be seeing Watson in the near future at your next hospital or doctor’s […]

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CBC Radio column: Tech for seniors

by DJ Kelly March 9, 2011

In this alberta@noon column on CBC Radio One with guest host Holly Preston and I talk about technology and how it impacts the aging. There’s a lot more tech being built for seniors. We chat about why and what are the changes in designs being made to tech to cater to seniors. albertaatnoon March 9 […]

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CBC Radio column: What are those squiggly black and white boxes in ads?

by DJ Kelly February 23, 2011

In this alberta@noon column on CBC Radio One with host Donna McElligott I talk about QR codes (quick response), which are little black and white squares you might have seen in event posters and newspapers, and why you’ll be seeing a lot more of them in the near future. When you scan one they can make […]

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CBC Radio column: Newspapers and magazines and mastering the Internet

by DJ Kelly February 9, 2011

In this alberta@noon column on CBC Radio One with host Donna McElligott I talk about how reports of the internet fueled death of newspapers and magazines are greatly exaggerated. I talk about Avenue Magazine and their editorial panel, the Calgary Herald and Edmonton Journal’s use of online chats, journalists joining Twitter to create one on one […]

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