Surman in the Globe

There's a good interview with Mark in the Globe and Mail, Open-source politics breathe fresh air into the Big Smoke:

If open culture is thriving in Toronto, it's in part because Toronto is a conspicuously connected place. It's not just its modest but vibrant Web-startup scene, or the fact that Google recently opened offices in Dundas Square, in the heart of downtown. The city is a perennial front runner in social-network rankings, most recently coming in eighth worldwide in a survey of Twitter users

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