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Kiwi Made: Idealog #28, on sale from July 24th at good stores everywhere.
Hadyn Green, Stephen Goodenough, Esther Goh and Jacqui Gibson
Pixar senior animator Andrew Gordon is making his way down under for SP10 in August. We caught him in June to ask about the future of Andy, Buzz and Mr Incredible.
Meet German designer Katrin Sonnleitner, soon to visit New Zealand for Semi-Permanent 2010.
18 Wiggs’ Way
Lance Wiggs helps solve your tricky business problems.
22 American pie
Meet the ex-scientist who’s taking our humble meat pie to the gourmand streets of San Francisco
Warren and Mahoney's magnificent new Supreme Court in Wellington brings people to justice
28 Change agent
You know the television scene is getting weird when TVNZ launches a new channel on Sky’s pay platform. But Eric Kearley, the broadcaster’s new head of digital, reckons it heralds a new age of co-operation in New Zealand media. Others say TVNZ is already irrelevant. So is Kearley just rearranging the deckchairs?
Why should grown-ups have all the fun? Boutique company Kingswood Skis is pioneering a range of fat kids' skis. No, not skis for fat kids, but fat skis for ordinary kids.
35 Girl next door
35 Play like a playa
35 Walk this way
36 Time is of the essence
36 Take a load off
36 Labour of love
That drink holder in your car doesn’t need a drink. It needs pie.
The sneaker. It’s a cheap canvas shoe with a cheap rubber sole—or at least it used to be.
46 Jump starter
When Keith Alexander realised a childhood dream and reinvented the trampoline, he also created a global business and relaxed thousands of nervous parents. By Amanda Cropp
Roseanne Liang directs her first feature film—based on her own life and starring two kung-fu movie veterans. No pressure, says.
Talk about turning the corner: a major illness turned hairdresser Rebecca Herring into an artist and then a fashion designer. By Amanda Cropp.
Admanknows what it’s like to be branded a plagiarist—and why we're so quick to believe that a ‘fresh’ idea is actually a cheap rip-off. Why, then, do so many ideas emerge at the same time from different places?
Is the record of the Finn brothers to date a “massive injustice”? Author Jeff Apter says yes; the brothers say nothing.
A fun-but-serious, useful-but-free gift from the most productive man on the planet.
Sometimes you can think too much—so here’s a guide to help you stop.
Bestselling business writer Tom Peters has been watching some small Kiwi businesses.
Cars have been sold the same way for decades. It's time for a grand experiment.
There's a place where the world's garbage collects. No—two places.
Computer-generated imagery is rendering a Hollywood industry right here.
Recent spending is a picture of restraint.
Innovation in New Zealand is on the decline. It's time to ask: do we really value new ideas?
It's a connected world, from our social networks to the cells between our ears.
Promotion: Awarding-winning photographer Chris McLennan and HP make a world-beating combination. Here's how.
32 Pure futures
50 Eat easy
Creating trust ought to be the leading task of designers right now—trust in products, trust in people and trust in the idea that change is for the better
84 New energy