The Ingenious Round Up – 6th March 2014

March is upon us and an entire month of ingenuity lies ahead, so we’re kicking it off with a look at the latest and greatest revelations. Here goes, The Ingenious Round Up. If you’re guilty of not giving your teeth the TLC they deserve then Oral B’s latest creation might just scare you into making a change. The new app...

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SAScon Mini 2014 – The State of Digital PR

If you follow us on Twitter you may have seen that I went to SAScon Mini on Friday to get the latest on all things search and social. Sponsored by Melbourne Server Hosting, the day was search and social heaven for digital folk. The day kicked off with a keynote from Battenhall‘s Drew Benvie (the man who wrote the Wikipedia...

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The Blagger’s Blog 18th October 2013

Blackout_Candles_by_Banana_Fiche A weekly roundup of media news and talking points, sans effort

Thought for the Week

“Consumers do value energy security, they do want their lights on. It’s something all our evidence shows they are prepared to pay for.” Ed Davey, UK Energy Secretary, dropping the bombshell that Britons would prefer to have a power supply...

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Well I’ll be scanned- Asda offers 3D anything

dezeen_3d-printing-asda-figurines Just when you thought things couldn’t get any more sci-fi, one of Britain’s leading supermarkets goes and starts printing off models of whatever shoppers want for £40 a pop. The future is most definitely approaching. According to Marketing Week’s rather eye-catching story yesterday, Asda’s York store is the first to offer scanning of people, pets, cars and other objects, which...

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The Ingenious Round Up – 9th October 2013

With the nights drawing in and the temperature rapidly dropping, there’s probably never been a more apt time to inject some ingenuity back into your brains. Shake of the lethargy and perk up your grey matter with these shining examples of the word ingenious; who knows, you might even learn a thing or two. Here we have it, the Ingenious...

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