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Idealog—in the ideas business




Win! Gumption, the board game

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Who doesn't love a good board game – especially when it's localised? Auckland teacher Mark Snoad created educational board game Gumption to teach youngsters about entrepreneurial business. More …


Twitter becomes next big music discovery service

Twitter has launched its new music service in New Zealand (and some other non-consequential countries), called Twitter #Music. Unlike Google Music or iTunes, #Music is right now purely a music discovery tool – helping users find new and popular artists using ... More …





New Askew-flavoured skin for Shed 10

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Shed 10 on Auckland's Queens Wharf may be a good century old, but it's well and truly being modernised, first with a giant solar roof panel and now with a mural courtesy of street artist Askew. More …



The Wrap: 17 April

Wheedle takes another crack at the auction pie, Facebook home (should it stay home?), Kordia says bon voyage to ISP, crowdsourcing the Boston Marathon explosions, and cellphone nostalgia. More …



Inside: Living Cell Technologies

We speak to Living Cell Technologies chief executive Andrea Grant, who started her career working on the lab bench at GlaxoSmithKline. What are her thoughts about New Zealand's biotech sector, the importance of holding IP and what needs to ... More …



The lowdown on Auckland Startup Weekend 2013

He dishes out tough business love in every issue of Idealog, and next month you could be on the receiving end of some #realtalk from biz consultant/investor Lance Wiggs live at Auckland Startup Weekend. More …