Digital Transformation / DX
Artificial Intelligence / AI
Internet of Things
Website stories - Page 3
These massive devices may look like something out of a science fiction movie, but they’re anything but. From the gigantic bucket-wheel excavator to the 2,400 ton crawler-transporter, this webpage shows that smaller isn’t necessarily better.
This how-to website will teach you all kinds of quirky technology tricks that you never imagined possible.
Early bird catches the worm
If you’ve ever needed an excuse to sleep in – but, really, who does? – look no further.
Finish your plate
Noone likes wasting food, but sometimes it’s unavoidable right? Not anymore. 50 Ways to Never Waste Food Again offers innovative tips to make the most of your leftover food and manage your grocery budget.
The big sleep
Having trouble nodding off? Don’t underestimate the importance of a good night’s rest.
5 useful windows tools
Grab what you need on the go with these useful tools, courtesy of us.
Vote for New Zealand's ugliest website
Microsoft names and shames the country's ugliest websites in the next step of its Wuglies competition.
The price is right
Here’s a great idea: a simple, straightforward site that allows you to find out just what the right price for that new car is.
Exclusive: New website for Connector resellers
Mount Wellington-based reseller event used to debut new-look online portal.
Website review: Clubbing
School weighing you down? Starting to think holidays can’t come soon enough?
Playing with papers
You can cut it, rip it, write on it, draw on it, send it and type on it.... and fold it.
An online gold mine
One of the great things about the Internet is its power to democratise information.
Ringing in 2010
With the New Year, new and different Web sites are appearing. Let's take a look.
Amnesty NZ revamps web site to make it easier for Kiwis to learn about human rights
Amnesty International, the world’s largest human rights organisation, has launched its new Aotearoa New Zealand Web site.
Terms & confusions
Shakespeare once wrote: “We understand everything we know, and everything else is fog.”
Dot the i, cross the t
When a newly developed website approaches launch day, words are frequently the last element to be considered and are often overlooked entirely.
Staying on top
Domainz was formed in 1997 by the Internet Society to run the .nz registry, which was previously run out of Waikato University.