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The 5 Tricks To Build A Startup In 6 Months Like A Pro

I wanted to reach out to everyone in this blog post and share with everyone some awesome tricks to build a startup lightning fast, validate your idea within six months and have a growth-ready startup or die trying. Ok so not the latter, just the former. What I want to

µRuler – Sydney based crowdfunded PCB Ruler oversubscribed 1100% on Pozible.com

Sydney based Dave Jones the editor of Electronics Engineering Video Blog http://www.eevblog.com/ has an awesome crowdfunded project on Australia’s own crowdfunding site

The Martin Jetpack – The Jetsons are alive and flying in New Zealand

New Zealand is not normally known for its advanced aviation industry, however super hero Glenn Martin has managed to build a prototype of a Jetpack and has managed to get the NZ Government to approve manned test flights. The company is accepting $5000 deposits for the craft, with an expected

Australia’s own Burt Rutan? Stealth Start-up Space Ventures

This is so cool, this is what the edge of space looks like. I have known Brian Lim for a year or so and I thought he was a pretty smart guy but people just never cease to amaze me. Brian posted some pictures last week of his first test

Hacking your TV – Google Chromecast and a few other tricks

This is pretty cool, Google just released the Chromecast for $35. This is pretty amazing in one fell swoop they

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