Men’s Watch, Sofa, Smart Wallet, Etc.
Jul21

Men’s Watch, Sofa, Smart Wallet, Etc.

1. Diesel Mr. Daddy 2.0 Black Dial Quartz Men’s Watch A watch deserving of the wrist-space of the suave modernists in our midst is Diesel’s Mr. Daddy 2.0 black dial quartz watch. Boasting gold-plated stainless steel, a golden steel strap and featuring quartz movement, date display, and chronographic function, as well as being 30 metres water resistant, this design oozes sophistication but remains practicality’s best friend. RRP: $749...

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The App-Venture
Jul21

The App-Venture

  What happens when a self-taught businessman meets a self-taught computer programmer? The blokes behind prosperous start-up Wherewolf may be jacks of all trades but they are masters of one: automating business processes. In a coupling comparable to that of America’s Bill Gates and Warren Buffet, programmer Wulf Solter and businessman Ben Calder are a dynamic Kiwi duo – responsible for delivering to the global adventure...

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Three Kiwis, Two Charities, and One Epic Adventure
Jul21

Three Kiwis, Two Charities, and One Epic Adventure

    Sometimes it’s okay to live a little. For four to six weeks, from mid-July, three brave Kiwis from Christchurch are off an experience of a life-time. Robert Trott, alongside partner Michele Wilson and good friend Matt Wills, have signed themselves up for The Mongol Rally, dubbing themselves the Pirates of the Car I Be In (the pirates). It takes a unique personality to have the ability to drop everything and set off on a...

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The Lesser Evil – Marijuana, Aociety and the Impact of Heavy Consumption
Jul21

The Lesser Evil – Marijuana, Aociety and the Impact of Heavy Consumption

    And so, the debate continues; as stated in our previous articles, an overwhelming number of New Zealanders are in favour of law reform when it comes to the Class C drug marijuana. It appears marijuana can do no wrong and everything is pointing in its favour – even Sir Richard Branson is suggesting we use marijuana to our advantage. Economically speaking it seems to stack up. But socially – that’s another story. The...

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Breaking Down Barriers
Jul21

Breaking Down Barriers

    Apple, along with other companies with global name recognition like Amazon, Gap, Google, Ikea, McDonalds, Microsoft and Starbucks, have had a lot of media coverage of late expressing concern that they pay little or no tax in the countries where they make sales around the world.  Adversity can be hard to overcome, sometimes it feels as though the world is against you and the easiest thing to do is give up. But any...

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