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Neutrality Futility


In a recent effort to fuddle up the whole net neutrality discussion a fake website launched by students sets the press ablaze with rumours of big telecom conspiracy.
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Broadband Bandwagon


Broadband services in TGWN are a newsworthy thing. In recent months broadband statistics have been much ballyhooed by all. The powder keg was set off by an OECD report claiming that Canada was swimming in the backwater of the broadband world. All amateur statisticians who had any interest in broadband made their opinions known. A good thing to since the OECD seems to have got it wrong.
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Marshall Mcluhan We Need You Now.


Has media convergence so changed the model of the world’s coommunication that it no longer looks as it did when media smart McLuhan made his famous proclamation? Microsoft’s Sean Seaton, Director of the Communications Sector thinks so.

Seaton, at the Canadian Telecom Summit as part of a panel discussing commented that;

The medium is no longer the message.

The crowd was noticably unsettled with that opinion. Though one can clearly see why that attitude is becoming more a reasonable assessment of the communications world. It is no longer important what medium a message gets to a customer, what is gaining importance is that the customer has an i

Season’s Greetings 2008


A very special greeting to all of our friends worldwide.

May this holiday season cause you to reflect on all that is good around you, and what you can do to make it better.

Have a great 2009!

Read all about our views of 2008 here.

Shulist Group Releases Telecom Search Engine



Search Is Out

After months of research (and fiddling about with too much technical stuff) we’ve managed to complete our first public release of a Telecom Industry search engine. The search engine is highly tailored to meet the needs of many of our clients in terms of focusing searches to fall more precisely within the Telecom industry.

Scheduled Updates

For years we’ve struggled with the need to eliminate the dross that typically comes from regular search engines. That was the primary reason we stumbled upon the creation of this customized search. This application is being constantly updated with additional site locations and the tools used to keep the search narrow are being refined. We look forward to continuing our work in this area. We have released it with 70 sites and are planning to bring that total up to 100 within a short period of time—based upon our research we think we there will be about 500 relevant sites.

How To Get There

You can reach the search portal on this site , or by selecting the menu link search the telecom universe at the top of this page and by going to the public portal.

Feedback

However you reach the search portal we’d like your feedback, comments and suggestions. You can contact us directly from here.

Ride for Heart


On June1, 2008 Michael Shulist, founder of the Shulist Group, has completed his 19th year of riding in the Ride for Heart. The 50 km ride up the Don Valley Parkway has attracted more than twelve thousand people and raised in excess of $3M this year. Both Michael and The Shulist Group have been consistent and enthusiastic supporters of a number of charities including the Heart and Stroke Foundation who sponsors this ride.