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Syndicated september 26, 2016

Banned Books Week Urges People To Seek Out Controversial Works

Joining the annual celebration of the right to read, US author Jessica Herthel called for 'more information, more voices' to protect diversity

Syndicated september 19, 2016

The Rise Of Trampoline Corporate Outings

Indoor bounce parks see popularity spike as companies look to foster team trust

Syndicated september 16, 2016

Is The Workplace Ready For Augmented Reality?

AR will streamline work and take us beyond classic collaboration and communication for both consumers and workforces

Syndicated september 14, 2016

Determining Water’s True Value In The Supply Chain

With water shortages exacerbating inequalities and causing damage to economies, we must make sure the commodity is properly valued

Syndicated september 13, 2016

‘Gamifying’ Public Places Can Help Improve Our Cities

Game developers are thinking seriously about how to connect citizens with their urban centers

Syndicated september 12, 2016

Can Apps Improve Our Mental Wellbeing?

Reaching for your phone to help with stress and sleep might feel counterintuitive, but there are now hundreds of apps that promise to help us find inner peace

Syndicated september 1, 2016

How “Sent From My iPhone” Became A Key Piece Of Net Etiquette

Once considered a crass way of showing off, the sign-off is now a nod of acknowledgement that we are doing the best we can

Syndicated august 29, 2016

What Could The Highway Of The Future Look Like?

As technology for automated vehicles improves, there’s a sharper focus on building a ‘smarter’ infrastructure where they can thrive

Syndicated august 26, 2016

Would You Wear Wool Shoes To Save The Environment?

As demand for wool shoes grows, a number of US footwear brands are heading directly to the source: the sheep pastures of New Zealand

Syndicated august 25, 2016

How The Olympics Taught Us Lessons In Cloud Analytics

Dan Vesset, group VP for analytics and information management at IDC, tells how cloud-based business analytics support decision-making

Syndicated august 24, 2016

This Service Is Trying To Replace The Family Camcorder

If Instagram is the digital equivalent of the traditional family photo album, then Alively wants to be the service that lets you shoot your home videos

Syndicated august 22, 2016

The $10,000 Stylist Behind Burning Man’s New Looks

Burning Man was never meant to be about money, but an influx of wealthy festivalgoers has led its founder to liken some parts of it to a ‘gated community’

Syndicated august 19, 2016

What Does Olympic Success Mean For Female Journalists?

The Rio Olympics have seen sportswomen in the spotlight but female sports journalists still find it hard to break through

Syndicated august 17, 2016

The Big Data Driving Formula 1 Performance

It’s the small things that matter in allowing a high-speed enterprise to stay in pole position

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