The Motorola MBP36 Baby Monitor

The Motorola MBP36 Baby Monitor

Late last year I became a father. The fun thing about being a dad, particularly of a boy, is that you get to play with toys again. One ‘toy’ I was tasked with buying recently was a baby monitor. While there are hundreds of options available, I only really...

Christchurch Cathedral Square in November 2013

I’ve just got back from a walk around Christchurch CBD. I was inspired to visit again after I attended a marketing course at the Rendezvous Hotel – a modern and fresh looking building surrounded by rubble and flat gravel areas. Quite iconic of Christchurch...

How to track scans on a QR Code

Ok lots of people – marketing professionals and digital specialists included – will mock me for talking about QR Codes. QR Codes are something that it’s just easy to hate. They look ugly and people holding up their phone to scan a QR Code in public...
3 Things I Learnt from the Christchurch Earthquake

3 Things I Learnt from the Christchurch Earthquake

As we’ve just passed the two year anniversary for the Christchurch earthquake (or the most damaging one at least), I, like many Cantabrians no doubt, have been reflecting on that moment and everything that has changed in our lives since then. My wife and I...

Dive Mistress by Tara Sutherland

Tara Sutherland is another blog writer that I’m already familiar with through other Social Media channels such as Twitter and Instagram. In Tara’s case, I wasn’t actually aware that she was such an avid blog writer until a mutual friend introduced...

A Post-Earthquake Update on Bexley

As far as residences are concerned, there’s no doubt that the suburb of Bexley in Christchurch was the worst hit during the 2011 earthquake. As an eastern-suburb resident myself, it seems easy to consider our street amongst the worst hit and yet a journey a few...