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Attack of the spam

Attack of the spam

Despite the best efforts of regulatory and legislative bodies around the world, the brigades of programmers on the case, and the universal scorn of nearly a billion computer users, the war on spam — unsolicited e-mail — appears to be a losing effort.
Taking care of business

Taking care of business

By Michel Beaudry She’s at it again. Organizing events and turning people on to the mountains. It’s the kind of work she thought she’d left behind long ago.
Whistler’s evolution

Whistler’s evolution

In biology, evolution is change in the heritable traits of a population over successive generations.
The TV gap

The TV gap

Canadian television has been in the spotlight a lot recently, and some experts are openly questioning whether Canadian television can survive the future without abandoning Canadian Content laws or increasing revenues.
Looking beyond 2010

Looking beyond 2010

Recently a member of Whistler council opined that with all the programs and preparations for the Olympics in 2010, municipal staff just wasn’t going to have the time to deal with many new projects in the next three years.
The Skicross factor

The Skicross factor

It was bound to happen.
Laptop theft, dangers of being a landlord, kudos to a good one, housing shortage, congratulations to the Janyks, outrageous Conference Centre

Laptop theft, dangers of being a landlord, kudos to a good one, housing shortage, congratulations to the Janyks, outrageous Conference Centre

Soul-crushing theft First of all, we would like to thank everyone who participated in and attended Soul Funktion Dance Studio’s Production of Time After Time last weekend.
An informed decision?

An informed decision?

On Oct. 16 Whistler council shot down an $8.7 million plan to expand and renovate municipal hall.
Apple’s new niche

Apple’s new niche

While Apple has been in the news a lot lately, most of the attention has been on iPod and iTunes, which, though cool, can only really be classified as the side dish to the main course.
What's with no gas? Lakeside Park lament, more on scum landlords, green light to new radio station, thanks from Alta Lake and no thanks to Russell

What's with no gas? Lakeside Park lament, more on scum landlords, green light to new radio station, thanks from Alta Lake and no thanks to Russell

No gas, no class It's hard to believe that a "World Class Resort" runs out of gas! It has happened more than once in the last month.