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Idealog—in the ideas business



The Wrap: 14 August

The $1 million video game, a faster, more-tubular way to travel, and a Ted talk about reaching into your screen and touching the pixels inside. More …


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Apps

Review: Bento for iPad

Most productivity apps attempt to organise one part of your life–work, your personal life, your finances. Bento for iPad is a database that doesn’t make that distinction, but rather encourages you to do a little bit of everything. More …




Tell Cadbury your dream, it might come true

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Have you got a dream? It’s to go to space, right? Well, Cadbury probably isn’t going to send you there, but it might make one of your slightly less-ambitious dreams come true with its new Cadbury Dreams campaign. More …




Barnaby Weir sings to help the blind

A new song, called “Everyone Can See”, by lead singer of Fly My Pretties Barnaby Weir will feature in a series of new TV commercials and promotional films for the Fred Hollows Foundation. More …


It’s not all about the money

Apparently, it’s not all about the money. Statistics New Zealand’s latest media release says good health, relationships, housing and enough money strongly influence Kiwis’ satisfaction with their lives overall. More …


Gold medal rower fronts NZICA programme

Gold medal rower turned Associate Chartered Accountant (ACA) Mahé Drysdale is the new poster boy for a professional development brand being launched this month by the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA). More …


It’s who you know

A survey conducted by The Icehouse shows that an overwhelming number of New Zealand businesspeople see networking as a key part of their professional development and business success. However, the same people agree that they can improve their networking skills. More …



Clever Kiwi inventions aim to solve everyday problems

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The creativity of some New Zealanders has granted them a spot among the finalists of the international James Dyson Award, an award run in 18 countries and supported by the James Dyson Foundation and British Council New Zealand. More …