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Idealog—in the ideas business

Meet the top young horticulturalist of the year

Braden Crosby (30) is taking a trip to the wine regions of France next year, but it’ll be both work and play for the country’s most promising young wine maker. Braden, who works at Borthwick Estate in Carterton ... More …




The age of unbranding

In one sense, the ultimate cachet is having such a famous brand that you don't need a logo, writes Mitch Joel at HBR. More …


Dotcom offers €10,000 Mega bounty for bugs

Kim Dotcom's Mega cloud filesharing service has been criticized heavily by internet security experts for how it's encrypting user files, but the Kiwi service is hitting back with a €10,000 (NZ$16,000) bounty for vulnerabilities found ... More …


Asia on the boil for Cookie Time

Cookie Time celebrates its 30th birthday this year and hopes to mark the milestone with the opening of the first Cookie Time cookie bars overseas. More …





Age is only a number

We already have a wealth of knowledge and experience in the sector; we don't have to wait for the next generation for great things to happen. More …





Tech Inspiration: Bettering yourself with Reddit

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Many dismiss Reddit as merely a stream of animal photos with tired jokes written on them. This is mostly true, but if you dig beneath the pictures of cats hidden behind giant white text, you'll find an active community ... More …


Tackling NZ’s agricultural emissions

Josh Pemberton, an intern at Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, describes the Ag Dialogue exercise Motu ran last year. This short film exploring what reducing emissions really means for New Zealand’s farming communities was one result. More …