Articles written by Nic Waddell

Education Gets Techafied: New Ed Platform Teaches Music, Design, Media

It is a cruel fact of the current education system that graduates are required to make life changing career choices without real-life experience to support their decision. From the minute studies begin to the day a student takes off their university cap and gown, inquiring minds want to know “What are you going to do […]

Welcome Waccal! A new community connecting investors and startups

Startups can be hard to, well, start up. Sum up all the time you spend perfecting your business idea, with the time taken to perfect your pitch and plans, and add to that all the time spent searching for and pitching to potential investors, and it all equals out to be- exhausting.

Letting Small Businesses In On The New World of Video

People love watching videos. In fact, watching videos has recently become the most popular online activity. From drunk people to furry animals, we seem to just really enjoy seeing and hearing moving things. People are now spending more time watching digital videos than they do on social media. According to eMarketer, as of 2015, users […]

StreamSpread Ushers in a New Wave of Web Advertising

Have a quirky live stream video to share with the world? Then you’ll understand the struggle that comes with the daunting process of finding suitable websites to place your video. Well, it’s time to bid an adieu to the days of manual livestream uploads. StreamSpread is here to serve as the bridge between livestream channels […]

Why Online Anonymity Needs to be Protected

Free speech is all the rage. Or causes it. Amid controversial statements from presidential candidates, reactions to coups and terrorist attacks in Europe, and the suspension of firebrand journalist Milo Yiannopoulos from Twitter, the subject of free speech – especially via social media accounts – is once again a hot topic of debate. While many […]

Why Pokemon Go Doesn’t Have to Be So Lonely

In the first week after its launch, Pokemon Go broke records, with 7.2 million downloads. If you’re not impressed, that is more than the combined first figures of every app in the App store. A month later, the location-based anime game has settled back down to a slightly less sensational augmented reality, yet avid fans […]