Fun

Now we’ve got our blog ship-shape and Bristol fashion we’re hoping to return to our quick monthly round-ups. This month here are five of our favourite bits of Internet nonsense from April. Enjoy   1. You Can’t Drink This Beer if You’re Using Your Phone Call it anti-social design: devices like this beer glass are…

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This month, a tweet by our friend Annie Byrne featuring a special book of cakes inspired our Cake of the Month selection. The book in question is Joanna Farrow’s Peek-a-boo Cakes, where all manner of surprises await you.     Joanna has managed to squeeze 28 fun cakes with secrets to spill into one glorious…

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If your alarm clock struggles to wake you from your slumber you may want to try this new app. Perhaps what you need is being woken up by a chirpy random stranger? OR perhaps you fancy being that random stranger for someone else?   What is it? Wakie is: “A fun, friendly community of people…

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This summer we were inspired by the workaholic honey bees buzzing around the lavender on our roof terrace but they’ve now sadly disappeared for the winter, so we checked out some of the loveliest looking bee cakes from round and about the world to honour them! Bee in the lavender at Village Underground outside the…

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Best of the Internet

Here’s 10 fun things from around the Internet we’ve seen saw over the last month: 1. Turtles twerking in the shower have given us a new way to lighten the office mood. If you’re stressed, just do the turtle dance!   2. Thousands of people were ‘virtually high-fiving’ at the Ryder Cup. One hundred thousand…

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Move over Tinder, there’s a new dating app in town!   What is it? “Find the people you’ve crossed paths with”   Discover the people you’ve crossed paths with, the people you like, the people you’d like to find again!   On the face of it, Happn appears not dissimilar to Tinder but rather than using…

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Summer is here and it’s time to put on some tunes. But you know when you love a song so much that you never want it to end? The Undertone’s Teenage Kicks is just over two minutes long for example, but imagine if by some kind of voodoo you managed to make it (and every…

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There are a growing number of items being connected to the ‘Internet of Things’ through RFID, NFC or WiFi and smart kitchen appliances may soon revolutionise home (or office!).   Imagine a machine that had your dinner ready for you when you got home from work though. Before we get to a fully-formatted robot butler,…

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If you have great wifi then the probability of us being your friend increases by 87%.   As an event technology company we need good wifi to do our job well and when we hear that a conference venue has 100mbps for 2,000 simultaneous connections then we just can’t wait to invite them on a…

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