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Five things in five minutes

Five things in five minutes

Twitter's new data dashboard, finding your new favourite Viners, taking over live streams and a couple of great billboard campaigns. 


Is technology helping fast food get faster?

Is technology helping fast food get faster?

Technology has changed the face of QSR, both figuratively and literally. It is now more important than ever for Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) to adopt new cloud based technology for ordering, payment and loyalty cards to encourage convenient, intuitive applications for customers. 


Five things in five minutes

Five things in five minutes

Celebrity dating, Facebook video updates and a great example of how to win at social media. 


Five things in five minutes

Five things in five minutes

This week social media has been a hot topic with consumer-led campaigns, a wonderfully disastrous Q&A on Twitter and rainbows everywhere.


Creativity, content and the Cannes Lions

Creativity, content and the Cannes Lions

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity finished up last week with the world’s uber creatives descending on the French Riviera for a week-long celebration of big, brave ideas. As the biggest annual awards show and festival for professionals in the communications industry, it showcases the crème de la crème of work from across the world. 


Staying head of the curve – the power of early adopters

Staying head of the curve – the power of early adopters

Social media is a fantastic tool for brands to engage with their communities and get added mileage out of their own content. But for those looking to do a little more with their social media presence, particularly mid-size brands, there is significant value in looking further afield than your well established social platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to some of the up and coming social media networks.


What happened this week

What happened this week

Facebook updates, social platforms getting serious and living vicariously through Google street view. 


What happened this week

What happened this week

Photo-oversharing, explaining snapchat to your mum and the internet showing why we love it with a little help from zookeepers. 


What happened this week

What happened this week

Music streaming wars, desktop updates and Sydney all lit up.


What happened this week

What happened this week

Pinterest is now a shopping minefield, the streets are getting sassy and you can experience virtual reality with...cardboard. 


What happened this week

What happened this week

One click shopping, news as it breaks and a lost little piggy.


What happened this week

What happened this week

Selfie sticks, politicians with a sense of humour and the rise and rise of the emoji.


WITH THE CLICK OF A BUTTON

WITH THE CLICK OF A BUTTON

A few weeks ago, Amazon launched the Amazon dash button. Received with much scepticism, the reaction of most of the public to this somewhat unbelievable invention was – really?


What happened this week

What happened this week

Celebrity dogs and an all star 'rap' video. It’s been a big week for not very big news.  


What happened this week

What happened this week

Video chatting, a Royal baby and Ryan Gosling being a good guy.  It’s been a busy week on social media. 


What happened this week

What happened this week

Content really does seem to be king this week with sharing being the hot topic.


What happened this week

What happened this week

Another busy week with a little spot of rain.


Happy 10th Birthday YouTube

Happy 10th Birthday YouTube

It’s been 10 years since YouTube was born with a single, thrilling video upload simply titled ‘Me at the zoo’.  I don’t think anyone predicted just how much of an internet behemoth YouTube was going to be – over 1 billion users uploading an average of 300 hours of video every minute!  


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