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  • Good For Nothing: donating your free time Good For Nothing: donating your free time

    Volunteering is on the up. Socially conscious Millennials, greater connectivity and mutually beneficial initiatives mean more people are giving their time for free. Good For Nothing presents a savvy solution to the bureaucracy traditionally associated with the sector.

  • Craft brewers revive the beer can Craft brewers revive the beer can

    Despite canned beer having clear advantages over bottles – like keeping out oxygen and light – cans have developed a negative reputation that's been difficult to shake. But the can is making a comeback, with craft brewers designing quirky tins for their beer.

  • Raising the profile of French women’s sport Raising the profile of French women’s sport

    French sport is proving progressive, with Corinne Diacre remaining the highest-profile female manager in European mens’ football. With a major TV event planned for January, 2015, French media will ramp up efforts to ensure greater parity between male and female athletes.

  • TellTale Games: serialising the computer game TellTale Games: serialising the computer game

    The gaming landscape is changing. While blockbuster titles like GTA and Call of Duty thrive, smaller companies are making waves. Telltale Games has launched award winning games based on current TV shows. But what is it that’s making ‘episodic’ gaming so popular?