More than a list of food items, a menu is a catalyst for conversation. You pore over it, imagining just what the Dynamite Prawn and Mango Roll or Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad will taste like. You question your fellow diners on their recommendations and choices, before locking in your own order. Perhaps you discuss the…Read More »
We’ve always been pleased to be part of the tech community in Vancouver and have forged some really great relationships, some that go beyond work, so we’re proud to have been able to throw a little sponsorship love to our good friends at Tazzu.
Take a look at the presenters, they all look great.
By Dario Meli
Itâs official, Canada will be getting the iPhone this year. This release has been confirmed by Rogers Wireless, the company that will be carrying the iPhone. Rogers chief executive Ted Rogers said that âWeâre thrilled to announce that we have a deal with Apple to bring the iPhone to Canada later this yearâ¦We canât tell you any more about it right now, but stay tuned.â?
We consume vast amounts of beverages at the Invoke office, the majority of which probably have almost unsafe levels of caffeine in them. Every once and a while I see someone drinking something in the office that makes me go WTF. The first drink I showed you was Moni’s Raw Dawg with Horny Goat Weed Extract. This time I am brining you Chin Chin Grass Jelly Drink – Lychee Flavour courtesy of Eric.
To follow-up to Jenn’s post on the branding issues of global warming i just came across an excellent example of branding turned on its head. OK, more like its side.
The Register reports on FHD’s proposed new brand for the UK Office of Government Commerce and its received some interesting feedback. Seen right-side up the logo looks fine:
By Dario Meli
The first time I heard the term global warming I thought ‘what’s the big deal, I could go for some warmer temperatures’. I know I’m not the only one who thought this – particularly since I live in Canada and the temperature can get rather frigid…
Music Direction, an Invoke Partner, is sponsoring Celebs for Kids. Celebs for Kids is a celebrity fund raising initiative for LUPUS and the Arthritis Society. The funds raised through Celebs for Kids provide support for the Ross Petty Research Chair in Paediatric Rheumatology, which is leading the way in research into rhumatic diseases of childhood…