The world as I saw it a few weeks ago has certainly changed and has provided me with an interesting lens in which to look through it – more on that another time though. It’s Monday morning here and I’m starting my working week. But before I really get immersed, I started jotting down some […]
Who the hell is Shawn Smith? It turns out that he’s the man behind the men responsible for some of the best triathlon racing in the country over the last year. Shawn manages Tim Van Berkel, arguably Australia’s best 8-hour racer and Aaron Royle, Olympic hopeful and ITU’s rising star. Shawn isn’t your stereotypical athlete […]
Who the hell is Shawn Smith? He works for a large Aussie telecommunications company. He doesn’t have a background in triathlon. On the weekend you might find him racing criterium at the Footscray Cycling Club in Melbourne’s West. So, why on earth is FOTB talking to Shawn Smith? Good question! What you may not know is that […]
In William Shakespeare’s key play Hamlet, Polonius educates his son Laertes that he should “neither a borrower nor a lender be”. Bitcoin, the first widespread, virtual currency subverts this concept, ensuring that no one has to be buyer or seller beholden to a financial intermediary to make payments. What is BitCoin? Bitcoin works like a […]
Australia is far ahead of any developing nation when it comes to the adoption of smartphones and tablets however its a far cry from the experience they will have inside of a retail store. Below is some insight for the retailer and how the consumer is wanting to interact and much more. The changing face […]
In Q1 2014, games accounted for nearly 90% of Google Play app revenue, up from 80% in the same quarter last year.
Original ideas are hiding all around us, we just can’t see them. You have to force your brain to jump the tracks of normal thought – Kevin Rose.
Using device sales as a measure of hardware success is like using registered users as a measure of software success. Engagement matters. – Zal Bilimoria
The signal for what that future will look like won’t come from the established platforms of today. They will echo out of the dorms of today and tomorrow. – Shervin Pishevar