Talkin' bout a revolution

  • Digital
  • August 2, 2012
  • StopPress Team
Talkin' bout a revolution

The digital age is changing the way we live and work. And whatever your industry or interest, you're part of the wave, like it or not. And digital media conference The Project,  described as "a collision of thought on social media and digital communication", is your chance to figure out how to ride it. 

You'll get to hear from and mingle with world-class minds (Alec Ross, innovation adviser to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; Emily Banks, associate managing editor Mashable; Michael T Jones, chief technology advocate Google; Richard McManus, founder and editor of ReadWriteWeb and many others) who are driving the digital community forward.

Turns out the revolution won't be televised. It'll be tweeted.

It's on at the AUT conference centre from 30-31 August, with places strictly limited.

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Music-infused gin, or music-infused joke? Rogue Society Gin's unique distilling method

  • July 6, 2015
  • Johan Chang
Music-infused gin, or music-infused joke? Rogue Society Gin's unique distilling method

When most people think of the coupling of gin and music, more readily to their minds probably comes an image of drinking gin while listening to it. But Rogue Society Gin has come up with another idea, partnering up with Loop Recordings Aot(ear)oa, distilling gin while music is playing to create the “world’s first music-infused gin”. Part-PR stunt and part-absolute madness, even the makers themselves can’t tell us whether the gin actually tastes any different.

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