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 //   //  July 22, 2014  //  No Comments

Would you like one, or two lumps of butter in your coffee?

When I talk to people about the latest foodie trend of adding butter to your coffee, I inevitably get that look: a blank and over-polite expression, while clearly questioning my sanity at the same time. For […]

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 //   //  June 25, 2014  //  1 Comment

Do you have time to be happy?

An article written by Dion Chang for City Press… Hi, my name is Dion, and I’m a happy person. You’ll have to forgive the somewhat Pollyanna tone to this week’s column but I’ve just completed a […]

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 //   //  June 17, 2014  //  No Comments

Make me blush: the 3D printer that will revolutionise the beauty industry

The speed and the way in which some technology trends evolve, takes my breath away. Take 3D printing for example. The fact that the healthcare industry is already using 3D printers to print prosthetics like artificial […]

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 //   //  June 13, 2014  //  1 Comment

Blurred Lines: Servicing the online/offline hybrid customer CT and JHB

Back by popular demand! Last year e-commerce in South Africa entered a phase of rapid acceleration. Sceptics were silenced as consumers continued to embrace online shopping. (A new PwC survey found that only 15% of South […]

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 //   //  June 10, 2014  //  No Comments

Big Data and Its (Creepy) Effects on Employment

What’s trending now? Big Data sounds a bit like Big Brother – and it’s not all that different. With the development of advanced software, related apps and the gadgets to go with them, big data was […]

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Would you like one, or two lumps of butter in your coffee?
July 22, 2014  //  No Comments
When I talk to people about the latest foodie trend of adding butter to your coffee, I inevitably get that look: a blank ...
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Blurred Lines: Servicing the online/offline hybrid customer CT and JHB
June 13, 2014  //  1 Comment
Back by popular demand! Last year e-commerce in South Africa entered a phase of rapid acceleration. Sceptics were silenc ...