30 Days with Siri

Disclaimer: Apple has done such a good job of giving a Siri a persona that many times throughout this article I will refer to Siri as ‘her’ or ‘she’. Thanks for making me think my phone is a person, Apple.

This is the tale of a 2 hour a day commuter, 8 hour a day Fortune 500 company employee, and part time Lifehack editor living in the USA using Siri over the last 30 days. Enjoy.>>> Get the Rest of the Article >>>   read more

John Ward

Using YouTube to Connect with a Regional Audience

Connecting with an audience of decision makers in regional Australia.

A client of mine… err, my father, bought a specialist engineering firm earlier this year in regional Victoria.  Actually, it is so specialised there are about two firms in Australia that focus on this type of work.

What is it you may ask?.  They repair the fronts of grain combine harvester machines!

Sometimes referred to as the ‘comb’, unless these things are working properly, farmers cannot harvest their grain.  For some farming businesses, grain harvest is their only source of income annually, so when disaster strikes, they need things fixed quickly.>>> Get the Rest of the Article >>>   read more

Cooking with Lee Jabara

There are a few things that I love to do.  Some of those things include travel, getting away for weekends, food, wine and hanging out with mates.

It is also much better when you can combine quite a few of these past times.  Well this day was no exception.

My very good friend, Lee Jabara, one of Australia’s top PR guys is actually a gun cook. Whilst I experiment with my brand new Kodak play touch, yes the footage is a little dodgy, Lee cooks up a French culinary storm.>>> Get the Rest of the Article >>>   read more