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Pop-up customers asked to pay with personal data instead of cash

This thought-provoking stunt is a few weeks old, but well worth a mention. To emphaphise just how much data we provide freely to the platforms we use to share our lives, cyber-security firm Kaspersky Lab opened a pop-up shop inside Old Street station in London called The Data Dollar Store. Customers were able to buy exclusive t-shirts, mugs and screen prints by street artist Ben Eine – not with money,...

Old Mout Cider reunites Michaela Strachan & Chris Packham to help save the Kiwi

Old Mout Cider has reunited kids TV favourites Michaela Strachan and Chris Packham to help support preservation of the Kiwi. The former Really Wild Show presenters have joined forces with the brand to raise awareness of the endangered bird with a special edition called The Kiwi Wild Show! *childhood flashbacks* Lucky Londoners were invited along to the taping of the one-off special and learn about Kiwis, the native...

You can go to this Stranger Things themed popup bar and drink Upside Down inspired drinks!

Calling all Stranger Thing fanatics! The Pop Up Geeks have launched a pop up in the form of popular Netflix series, Stranger Things, in Edinburgh. The pop up bar is going to be filled with drinks of ‘dark and dangerous alternatives to the classic cocktails of the 80s’ inspired by the Upside Down.   But this isn’t just about drinking, people can also take selfies with a life-size Demogorgon and relax in...

Wetherspoons is slashing its food and drink prices tomorrow by 7.5%

Spoons has decided to support Tax Equality Day in the best way for its customers – by reducing prices on all food and drink! If this doesn’t get people through the door then nothing will – everyone loves a good bargain. But it’s also a great PR campaign to raise awareness on the high taxes pubs and restaurants have to pay on any food and drink they sell, whereas supermarkets don’t have to. Tomorrow will...

QR code made of 130,000 trees can be scanned from the sky

QR codes might have had their day in the UK, but in China they are insanely popular and used by everyone – from big retailers to buskers – for things like information and even payment. So it’s pretty cool that Xilinshui village in Hebei has used 130,000 Chinese juniper trees to create, what I assume, is the biggest QR code ever. The code measures 227m (744 ft) along each side and is designed to...

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