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Who said regulatory compliance needs to be boring?
Posted: 23 October 2014  
Air New Zealand show how to make even the most inane and oft ignored safety rules seem interesting and FUN! Listen up banks!
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Air New Zealand's Hobbit Safety Video Is the 'Most Epic Ever Made'
23 October 2014
The airline knows why people go to New Zealand.
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Boeing and Airbus in a tail-spin as the allure of personal planes hits air travel
Dateline: 16 July 2020
As the holiday season gets into full swing, some of the major air hubs in Europe and the USA are comfortably quiet. Chicago, Atlanta, Amsterdam and ...
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Doug Vining Doug Vining
The key to being yourself
Posted: 23 October 2014  
Google wants to make it easier for us to be secure, with a physical key to verify our identity on a computer. It certainly could be more convenient than a password, and more secure than a fingerprint, which can't be changed if it's lost. But it puts the onus on the user to safeguard the key, and prevent it's use ...
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Google Dongle Is Latest Salvo in War on Passwords
23 October 2014
Google says using a small USB stick to vouch for your identity is more secure than either a password or conventional two-factor authentication.
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The bid for a single digital identity fails
Dateline: 1 April 2017
We got so tantalizingly close to overcoming the world's digital schizophrenia! For a while, the vision of ditching all those dozens of passwords - for ...
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MARS MOTHERSHIP PRINTED IN 3D
Published on: 23 October 2014  
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3D printing in space solves problem of launching huge rockets
Dateline: 3 November 2025
A decade ago the first 3D printer to go to space was sent to the International Space Station. It proved to be so useful, more, bigger printers soon followed. Within a few years there was a veritable factory in space, churning out all manner of spare parts and items necessary for the maintenance of the ISS. Then came the realization that it was much more efficient to send up printing materials by SpaceX courier rockets, than to build giant spacecraft and space hotels here on earth, and expend enormous ...
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Doug Vining Doug Vining
Hero farming in the US
Posted: 21 October 2014  
They call it sustainable agriculture, I call it hero farming. There must be a better way to keep everyone fed without resorting to 'factory' food, and it seems it can be profitable too.
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Investing in sustainable agriculture by converting farms to 'beyond organic'
21 October 2014
A San-Francisco based fund aims to target conventional farms and make them sustainable while providing high returns to investors. Can it work?
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The war between agribusiness and artisanal farming threatens food security for the poor
Dateline: 1 May 2024
It seems that voices in the pastoral wilderness have been shouting contradictory messages at each other for decades. Since the beginning of the 21st ...
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