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David Mason was key founder of the first consumer Internet Service Provider in Canada, Internex Online, in 1993, and later led the technical team on Canada's first national online consultation on foreign policy, working with the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. In 2005, David was part of a research team that, within Canada's largest hospital network, put patient records online in a research environment, and established patient-provider and patient-patient communications. David has developed strong technical capabilities, a focus on usability and working with diverse viewpoints. His current focus is working with Semantic Mediawiki, which expands on the flexibility of wikis to enable anyone to create and share their own data, queries and views, while providing a structured and easier to use front end. Free/Open Source software and content, participation and accessibility are main interests.
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David Mason was key founder of the first consumer Internet Service Provider in Canada, Internex Online, in 1993, and later led the technical team on Canada's first national online consultation on foreign policy, working with the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. In 2005, David was part of a research team that, within Canada's largest hospital network, put patient records online in a research environment, and established patient-provider and patient-patient communications. David has developed strong technical capabilities, a focus on usability and working with diverse viewpoints. His current focus is leading development teams, as well as information management. Free/Open Source software and content, participation and accessibility are main interests.

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David Mason was key founder of the first consumer Internet Service Provider in Canada, Internex Online, in 1993, and later led the technical team on Canada's first national online consultation on foreign policy, working with the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. In 2005, David was part of a research team that, within Canada's largest hospital network, put patient records online in a research environment, and established patient-provider and patient-patient communications. David has developed strong technical capabilities, a focus on usability and working with diverse viewpoints. His current focus is leading development teams, as well as information management. Free/Open Source software and content, participation and accessibility are main interests.

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