It was another busy week in the Twittersphere. More IT jobs opened up in London, Ontario, and an article was published predicting that millions of new jobs will be created in the next decade thanks to the Internet of Everything. Speaking of the Internet of Everything, news broke of a new carry-on suitcase that can communicate with your smartphone, making travelling easier and safer. Also, we’re seeing more and more news about new technology improving health care in developing nations, and the Intelligent Community Forum announced the Smart21 Communities of 2015.
The events that took place in Ottawa this week also inundated Twitter, so part of our Swift Twitter Recap is devoted to #CanadaStrong. Our hearts go out to all those affected by the recent events, and we are proud to see Canadians coming together to show support for all those involved.
— Worktrends.ca (@Worktrends) October 20, 2014
— Jonathon_Wright (@Jonathon_Wright) October 20, 2014
— Geoff Hogan (@geoffhogan) October 20, 2014
— Techvibes (@techvibes) October 21, 2014
— Lee Smithson (@leesmithson) October 21, 2014
— PR Underground (@prunderground) October 21, 2014
— Swift Network (@networkswift) October 22, 2014
It is small business week! Small businesses make Elgin County great! Who is your favourite small business in Elgin?
— Elgin County (@ElginCounty) October 22, 2014
— London Tech Jobs (@LdnTechJobs) October 22, 2014
— ElginCountyLibrary (@LibrElginCounty) October 21, 2014
— Rosanna Leo (@LeoRosanna) October 24, 2014
— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) October 24, 2014
— Keith Tauro (@TPSTauro) October 24, 2014
— Toronto SportsGirl ღ (@TO_sportsgirl) October 24, 2014