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Aussie startup that lets teachers teach

“We are going to disrupt a market that operates on software that hasn’t changed since the early 60s. It’s transformational, schools ring up after using the system for the first time because they have received over 40% response within 24 hours,” David Eedle and Fiona Boyd say. Together they are the founders of ParentPaperwork. Melbourne… Keep Reading

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Why Millennials want to leave your company

What do Kodak and Blockbuster have in common? If you guessed a business model that wasn’t future-proof then you are correct. Both companies, along with a list of many others were torn apart over the last two decades because they didn’t adapt, reposition and capitalise on emerging technology and trends. Kodak was slammed multiple times by… Keep Reading

Culture/Tech

Can Uber and Careem help women in Pakistan?

U.S. based ride-sharing company Uber launched in Pakistan last month. It’s goal: To bridge the gap between the undersupply of good public transport options in the country with its ever-growing smartphone users. Pakistani consumers have disposable cash, smartphones and access to the web – perfect candidates for ride-sharing, right? Wrong. Pakistan’s market is different and… Keep Reading

Entertainment

Exit Netflix?

MovieSwap is ridiculously brilliant, it’s one of those ideas where you’re left wondering, why didn’t I think of it? The Kickstarter Campaign achieved its goal in less than a week and is still going strong with 30 days to go. If you wanted an alternative to Netflix because they don’t have the movie you’re looking for or your… Keep Reading

Food/Reviews

The food Melbourne didn’t get right

In the very first episode of Rick Stein’s India, we get a glimpse of how passionate he is when it comes to Indian cuisine. Trying to contain himself, he explains to a member of his crew that the curry back home in England isn’t the same as the curry in India. On a recent trip to… Keep Reading

Food/Travel

Five reasons to drink your sake warm

By Hiroko Shimbo The dogma about sake today is that high-quality versions must be served chilled, but that is a total misconception. In fact, there are many quality sakes that are best enjoyed warmed. It’s true that sake, a traditional Japanese rice wine, was once consumed warmed if its quality was not good enough to… Keep Reading

Food

The Family Meal: How serving and sharing sustain us

By Diane Fresquez Part of what makes eating together so pleasurable, in any language or culture, is the conversation. But when London-based photographer Chris Terry was in Niger photographing an ordinary family enjoying a spaghetti dinner, he was surprised that no one spoke. “It’s a great privilege to have food to eat,” explained the grandmother,… Keep Reading

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