The hostage situation is currently heading into it’s 15th hour in Sydney’s CBD and NSW Premier has told workers within the exclusion zone around Martin Place to work from home today (Tuesday).
Feeling worn-down and inadequate? Well, one Irish entrepreneur Jordan Casey is launching his third company at the ripe-old age of 14, indicating yet again that young people aren’t vacant vessels with little to contribute to the world.
A new interesting project called Secret Voicemail allows people to anonymously confess to their sins by calling a number and recording a voicemail. The voicemail is then uploaded onto SoundCloud and featured on the project’s website for the rest of the world to hear. It’s basically the audio version of True Confessions, Simply Confess, and good ol’ Reddit.
Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus have garnered an audience of more than 2 million readers at The Minimalists, where they write about living a meaningful life with less stuff.
UK based legend or giant prick (pending on your love for rock) Craig Mandell has launched a crowdfunding campaign to keep the band Nickelback from returning and performing in London. The campaign is cleverly named ‘Don’t let Nickel Back’.
Last nights episode of Q and A was focused on the topic of mental health.
All was going quite smoothly until a question was asked to Bob Katter about mental health and the LGBTQI community.
Some poor user just got charged $1,000 for watching porn after they set a goal not to for 90 days. Unlucky.
There is a company called Terracycle that was founded in 2001 by a guy called Tom Szaky. Terracycle is one of the fastest growing green companies in the world.
Flirt to Convert. The newest sales tactic used by Australian Women in Business?
The Village Coworking space in North Sydney supporting an event that uses blatant sexism in its promotional copy.
A US-based social networking startup is taking on Facebook and garnering some serious interest within the art and design community.
When it comes to email marketing platforms for business, Richardson and Greiner are kicking it with the top companies in the world. The bootstrapped beachside startup now boasts over 800,000 customers; and those people are using Campaign Monitor to send 1.3 billion communications to their clients per month.
They also happen to have one of the freshest offices going around for a startup. I mean seriously this office space is basically minimalist porn.
At the moment the name Sugar is on everyone’s lips – particularly in Singapore and surrounding Asian regions, based on a job ad they posted yesterday. They are currently looking for five people to join the team in various roles, however it has been the role of Lead Software Engineer that has been garnering attention.
Pornography. It’s big business on its own, but what happens when it one day decides to expand its horizons and venture into say, aural pleasure?
Every now and again, you have a marketing campaign that really pisses off half the world’s population whilst simultaneously taking a dump on two of today’s most prolific religious sects along the way.