Archive for November, 2014

Concorde: The Void in Modern Air Travel

Posted on 28. Nov, 2014 by .

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Concorde was the hallmark of the modern jet era when it was first introduced in 1976. Able to fly more than twice as fast as a traditional airliner; Concorde could make the journey from London to New York in just over three hours. While this new-found speed would forever change the way the world sees […]

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Unbundling Canadian TV Service

Posted on 06. Nov, 2014 by .

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Every day more and more Canadians turn to the internet as their┬ásource for media content. This has forced traditional cable┬áproviders and content producers to justify the outdated state of their current offerings. With the ease of finding┬ápremium content online, for free, safeguards around traditional content are doing more to drive customers away than they are […]

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Kickstarter’s Unrealistic Shipping Fees

Posted on 04. Nov, 2014 by .

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Crowd-funding has quickly become the way entrepreneurs to secure funding for their project, without giving up equity. Kickstarter is one of the largest, and most popular, crowd-funding sites on the web. While having faced criticism for both their policies and treatment of controversial projects, there is by no means a lack of willing backers for […]

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