Earn this digital currency just by walking around outside.
Game development has exploded in Canada. Naturally, as a gamer and a Canadian I was interested in exploring exactly why this phenomenon was occurring.
About a year ago, the world's one-time premier social news site, Digg.com, buried itself under an avalanche of crippling mistakes. Following a calamitous and ill-conceived redesign, the site's downfall caused quite a stir online. Roughly 12 months later, the digital dust has almost settled. If you look back, though, there's much to be learned.
The Internet's governing body, ICANN, is allowing for a dramatic expansion of the namespace with a host of new Top-Level Domains (TLDs), the suffixes that go after the dot, such as .com, .org, and, soon, .anything.