First off, we contemplate about all the people that are downloading the podcast that we never hear from and then get into hearing all about the Arohanui Film Festival that Chris went to and helped out by doing some Q and A’s with filmmakers, even if he didn’t know anything about the film beforehand, we find out which films he thinks are worthwhile to watch, while doing that I think we came up with a winning app idea.
How much money was spent on a $1450 tea pot that failed to sell? A lot, find out the exact amount as we briefly discuss this worrying trend in tech.
Sam talks about giant pumpkin seedlings and where he has been dropping them off, he’s also waiting for a package to turn up from China, apparently it is in the country, but he is still yet to see it.
Chris had some work training, Sam saved the day and some guy from the US called Skip turned out to be really good, this meeting was held at The Space, the place to go if you need temporary office space here in Hamilton, check out the link below.
The TEDx Salon is coming up on the 14th of November 2018, make sure to check it out if you are in Hamilton, Tickets are only $10
Arohanui Film Festival
Maker of $1450 ‘smart’ teapot gives up | Stuff.co.nz
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The Great Pumpkin Carnival | Hamilton, New Zealand