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Social media inspired learning platform targets industry succes

AN EDUTECH startup is changing the way online portals operate by adding a social aspect to learning. Opentute was developed by husband and wife team Travis Clapp and Katya Komarova in South Australia. Similar to workplace social media platform Slack, Opentute is primarily a B2B mobile-first service where content is created in-program and is easily … Continue reading


Gingers, rejoice! Our time has come!  According to global reports, sperm donation collection companies are desperately calling for more specimens from those sporting literally the rarest and most spectacular genes on the planet – yep, you guessed it – gingers! Sadly, sperm donor matching service Co-ParentMatch has reported that only two percent of their sperm donors are redheads, which … Continue reading

Always home

Never worry about missing a visitor again thanks to the Ring Video Doorbell. It’s been eighth months now, since I started using Ring Video DoorBell with Chimes which I  also posted here. I would say  the product is fantastic with a little bit of hiccups. The device streams live audio and video of a home’s front … Continue reading

Trip of a lifetime ends with Grand Finale party

Dometic Follow the Sun wraps up on Monday 31 October at Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park with a Grand Finale celebration for the luckiest road trippers in Australia. Free for all to attend, the event will mark the final stop for the 2016 Dometic Follow the Sun Ambassadors, who embarked on a 13-week expenses paid trip … Continue reading

Low-carb lunch the key to all-day energy at work

When it comes to eating right, lunch is the time it can all go wrong. Many of us start the day with a healthy breakfast and buy all the best ingredients to prepare a nutritious dinner, but it’s during the day that the wheels can easily fall off – and the pounds can pile on … Continue reading

Aussies spend more time with screens than quality time with family and friends

A NEW national survey from R U OK? has revealed Australians spend an average of 46 hours of their weekly downtime looking at their TVs and digital devices, compared to an average of six hours engaging with family and friends. The suicide prevention charity has also revealed that around half of Australians spend two hours … Continue reading

New Mums don’t Bond instantly with their baby

Experts are urging new mums to alter their perceptions around bonding with their baby, upon the release of a new national survey. Almost 70 per cent of mothers expected to bond with their baby at birth, while in reality, almost 60 per cent took longer to form that connection. A new mum can take anywhere … Continue reading

MoneyGram Helps to Bring OFWs Closer To Their Families

MoneyGram, a global money transfer company, continues its legacy of connecting consumers to their loved ones with fast and reliable transaction by launching its new global campaign “MoneyGram — Bringing Our Customers Closer”. The remittance company renewed also contract with multi-talented Filipino actor Robin Padilla acting as its global brand ambassador. MoneyGram recognizes that modern-day … Continue reading


Picture this; It’s 3pm. You’ve been busy for hours and your to-do list isn’t getting any shorter. The hands on the clock are ticking a lot faster than usual, and you can think of only one resolution: a junk food sugar hit. USANA Health Sciences have rushed in to save the day (and expanding waistlines) … Continue reading


Our friend from Transmission Films is proud to launch the official Chasing Great film trailer. This emotive and explosive trailer gives New Zealanders their very first look into this highly anticipated film. Chasing Great takes audiences into the mind of a champion – with unprecedented access to Richie McCaw, exclusive family archives and never before … Continue reading