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Liubinskas at TechCrunch50: Aussie startup entrepreneurs from iPitch & spellr.us

Pollenizer's Mick Liubinskas, Anthill's man on the ground at this week's TechCrunch50 conference in San Francisco, has been wandering around with his trusty video camera hunting down Aussie startup entrepreneurs to interview for you. In this first video, he interviews Green Lane Digital, the team behind iPitch, an online platform matching companies and investors. Below, Liubinskas catches up with another regular contributor, spellr.us founder Kevin Garber.

Creating the new possible – Innovation in AT&T’s Olympic advertising campaign [VIDEO]

AT&T were official sponsors of Team USA at the Games. The company took on an interesting challenge with its Olympic advertising. Rather than running ads congratulating Team USA medalists, AT&T and its agency BBDO New York, decided to integrate the most recent wins directly into their advertising.

Waiting for the great leap forward? I think it's already here [VIDEO]

Throw away your keyboard. Discard your mouse. All you need to do to control your computer is wave your hands about. No instruction manual needed, just a teeny, tiny device that reads your hand motions. Really. The revolution in human-computer interaction just took a massive leap forward.

A tribute to The New Dork: Entrepreneur State of Mind (Jay-Z ft Alicia Keys...

This spoof of "Empire State of Mind" by Jay-Z and Alicia Keys has been climbing up the viral charts. Produced by Pantless Knights, it's a tribute to The New Dork ruling the roost in today's tech world. It's catchy, and you can even download the free MP3.

How to get hired in sales – just ask Abott & Costello

Sometimes, all it takes to move ahead in life is being able to back up your fresh perspective with unique logic. Anyone can crank a widget, but how many people can prove that 7 x 13 = 28?

Is there anything you can't build with Lego? How a QR code made of...

A QR code built in Lego. I like it already. But the QR code itself is a suggestion of something that could be built. Plus, the code takes you directly to an online store where you can buy the bricks. Really, what's not to like about this genius advertising campaign.

Steve Jobs advises Nike to “get rid of the crappy stuff” [VIDEO]

In this video clip, taken from Fast Company's Innovation Uncensored conference held last week in New York, Nike president and CEO Mark Parker relays some advice Steve Jobs offered him, providing valuable insight into why Jobs and Apple have enjoyed so much success in recent years.

Animated Tweets parade to marching band music

Just when you were sure that Twitter applications couldn't get any whackier, isparade.jp has launched the unusual animated app Twitter Parade. By simply entering your username or keyword the app will return an evergrowing procession of real tweets, portrayed as animated figures, based on the search result.
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How Master the Art of Sales Even if it Makes You...

The art of selling is a social minefield. Have you ever been on the wrong end of a ham-fisted, awkward or just plain obnoxious sales conversation? Of course you have! Why is it that some sales conversations magically delight, while others make us want to manically bolt for the door? This Phil Anderson FREE CHEAT SHEET will help you to master the art of sales!


New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...