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How passion for a product can lead to a full-time business

Lisa joined Simply Naturals two years ago. Married to an Army Officer, Lisa was looking for a home based business that would endure through the two yearly cycle of house moves associated with frequent postings.
When Lisa discovered the Simply Naturals Business Opportunity, it really was the answer to her prayers. This was a British Company [...]

Whoops - I accidentally learnt some German

I was fascinated to hear about a language education web site called Duolingo.com. According to last week’s New Scientist (2nd Feb 2013) magazine, it has been found that “students [using Duolingo.com] needed an average of 34 hours to learn the equivalent of what is covered in the first semester of a university Spanish course”.
Naturally, I was intrigued [...]

First-ever Hardware Certification for LulzBot AO-100 3D Printer by Free Software Foundation

Loveland based, Aleph Objects, Inc. is pleased to announce its 3D printer, the LulzBot™ AO-100, received the Respects Your Freedom (RYF) certification from The Free Software Foundation (FSF). As the first hardware product to ever be awarded this recognition, RYF certification meets FSF’s standards regarding users’ freedom and control over the product and privacy. Unlike [...]

Tricked - The Story of Two Fatt Guitars

This is the story about how some creative folk saw an idea floating about in the 1990’s and grabbed it for the benefit of all.
One of the most ingenious examples of a company capitalising on a meme is the story of how the 1990’s dance music classic “Two Fatt Guitars” came to be. I remember the story because I [...]

A brief glance at the meme industry

To the average user of Facebook or Twitter, memes are those jokey images or videos that get shared across social media like wildfire. But, memes are more than that.
First, a little bit of ideology
To loosely quote Wikipedia:
The word meme was coined by the British evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins in The Selfish Gene (1976) as a concept for explaining the [...]

Video - Olympians race across London. Commuting during the 2012 Olympic Games

Olympians Sally Gunnell and Chris Boardman share their tips on how employees can get around London quicker and easier during Games time

With some businesses offering employees flexi time and Sunday trading hours being extended during the Olympics it’s easy for employees to overlook something as simple as getting around during the Games.
With this in mind [...]

Ofcom looks favourably on Orange/T-Mobile application to deliver 4G services

Mainstream 4G mobile services could be available in the UK as early as this year, under proposals outlined today by Ofcom.
Everything Everywhere,  the mobile phone operator running two of the UK’s most famous brands - T-Mobile (UK) and Orange (UK), has submitted an application to Ofcom to use its existing spectrum to deliver 4G services. [...]

Inventor seeks investors to help usher in new ice age that cuts carbon emissions

An Irish inventor has developed a product which can help large supermarket retailers cut carbon emmissions and save money.
Tom Glynn, 55,  from Galway Ireland, first spotted the opportunity when he noticed that the retail of ice, the type used to cool drinks at parties and celebrations, was a major problem for the €30m turnover [...]

Tango Milk Chocolate Easter Egg on the UK shelves this Easter

It looks like Britvic Soft Drinks, one of the two leading branded soft drinks businesses in the UK, has made quite an innovative move this Easter.
Who can resist their new Tango Milk Chocolate Easter Egg?

Where can I buy one?
When is Easter 2012?

Strategic Partnership formed to Revolutionise Facebook Marketing

360i parent company Dentsu Network West to invest in Expion to catapult social software company’s growth through integration of earned & paid social media

Digital agency 360i and social software firm Expion today announced a strategic partnership to revolutionize the way brands invest in Facebook. The partnership will result in the development of a powerful integrated [...]

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