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October 7th, 2014

Crowdfunding: test your project or design in the real-world

Crowdfunding: test your project or design in the real-world

Crowdfunding concepts can be wonderful things that seize moments, spark imaginations and capture the zeitgeist. But let’s face it, they can also be flawed imaginings that miss the mark, fail to float and sink without trace. One of the pitfalls of crowdfunding can be that many of these ideas – wonderful or otherwise – are…[more]

 

September 8th, 2014

Tracking Tom Brady: How will this affect your Sundays?

Tracking Tom Brady: How will this affect your Sundays?

We often stop and think about the ways in which technology is changing our lives and as the years have gone by, frustrated sports fans have all-too-often been faced with game-time innovations their not sure how to feel about. Show of hands – who’s happy about instant replays finally making their way to the MLB?…[more]

 

September 3rd, 2014

Five things you may not know about the German media

Five things you may not know about the German media

#1           Germans published the world’s first newspaper In 1605, Johann Carolus from Strasbourg (then part of the German Empire) published the first newspaper titled ‘Relation’, which included news from all over the world. About four decades later another German, Timotheus Ritzsch, a printer from Leipzig, published with ‘Einkommende Zeitungen’ the first daily newspaper, which was…[more]

 

August 26th, 2014

Germany – the land of printed books?

Germany – the land of printed books?

When Gutenberg invented the printing press in 1450, it marked the start of a new era. The new invention allowed books to be easily duplicated. From now on access to the classical writings were not only limited to clergy and nobility but gradually expanded to a continuously growing audience. Now fast forward to the new…[more]