Text originally at University of Waterloo website. Monday, June 2, 2014 Two UWaterloo students won big this month at the Toronto Digifest 2014. Matt Neill, an English (Rhetoric and Professional Writing) student, received the ‘Best Integrated Media Project’ award for his digital signage applicationPOET, while Connor Turland, studying Knowledge Integration, won ‘Best Overall Project’ with his teammates for their project, Metamaps.cc. Toronto Digifest is an annual festival that brings together industry, academia and the public to

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Repost from  Fluxible A fresh maple syrup stand, a horse and buggy and little girls in bonnets; these are all common sights in the wonderfully quaint town of St.Jacob’s, which hugs the north border of Waterloo. The influence of the active Mennonite community here makes it feel like you’ve been transported back to a time where the phrase “being wired” may more aptly describe a newly installed fence rather than one’s state of connectivity. So, one can imagine

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