For thousands of years, the level of a man’s sexual prowess remained a mystery until that special moment when he and the object of his affection decided to become intimate with each other. Continue reading
The subject of its bondage: robots aka our personal slaves that we will soon be using.
The Internet of things is paving the way for the oncoming robotic captivity. We haven’t yet reached critical mass in recognising all the spectacular technologies that are gradually gaining control over our world, robots will soon be monitoring and permeating every aspect of our diurnal realities. Continue reading
* This is a guest blog from Oliver West, Digital Director of design agency Arkitex
If we compiled a list of all the available social networks it would stretch from our desk to the moon, OK, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration but there are lots of them on the web, 99% of which you will never have heard of before.
There are obviously a collection of the more popular ones that you will be familiar with, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram. New networks are popping up all the time trying to compete with the big players and ultimately most of them fail to gain the necessary traction to enter the game for one reason or another. Continue reading
If you’re prepared to admit it, life as an entrepreneur or manager in the digital and creative industries in 2013 can be baffling and overwhelming. The rate of change is extraordinary. Businesses start up and disappear. A new trend – social or technological – might seem to be the biggest thing since Facebook. Then another new wave appears that sweeps that right away. Continue reading
In today’s tech business culture there is a preconception that you need to get the backing of angel investors or VCs in order to create a successful start-up. Doing so might give you immediate money in the bank, but you could end up relinquishing a larger share of your business than you’d ideally like to.
But you can start a successful business without funding. I’m the founder of Trackpal, a B2B software start-up. I launched Trackpal from scratch four years ago and now have paying clients across the globe. Based on my experience, here are six key factors in starting a successful B2B software business without needing funding. Continue reading