Epilogger. We’ll Remember.

Post written by our community friend Michael Nussbacher. It’s been quite some time since I did a post for the good folks at WebNotWar and it feels like coming home. A lot has happened over the past 2 years, since my last post. People attended conferences, parties, product launches, workshops and movie premiers. Even more … Continued

Do you CARE?

Authored by Kowsheek Mahmood of Three Red Cubes Care is an application that started out as a competition entry for Code Your Art Out. We  partnered with Techsoup Canada and Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada to  build Care as a platform to connect patients with their healthcare professionals. The Idea Techsoup Canada drew up the initial … Continued


Whether you’re a business that utilizes Facebook for marketing, or a regular user (like most of us), you should check out this killer app called Booom!.   Booom! was developed by Trevor and Karim of  Toronto-based Big Time Design. Booom! allows you to receive the information you want from your favourite brands and pages on Facebook. Once … Continued

Professor Pedia to the Rescue!

If you’re a student at Simon Frasier University you’d be hard pressed to find a reason not to use to Professor Pedia. The application is both a social and informational platform for students’ daily academic lives.It’s a solution for students’ most basic academic needs: professor ratings, book trading, a student forum and a WikiNote.  Along with … Continued

Winner of Code Your Art Out!

Code Your Art Out recently wrapped up and so we wanted to showcase the winning app Save The Rain! Save the Rain was developed by Mark  Laudon of Surrey, British Colombia. This original app provides an avenue to raise awareness of how high a value rain water can have in the production of crops/hunger resolution. … Continued

Code Your Art Out Finalists!

On behalf of the Judges from Code Your Art Out, we’d like to give a HUGE congratulations to Epilogger and Save the Rain applications for making it into the top two!!   The competition was very tough, and deciding the top two was not easy, but it was a unanimous decision that Epilogger and Save The … Continued