The Rebirth of the Zine – Hard Times in the Maritimes

Coming from a fine arts background I am no stranger to zines and zine culture. These tiny pieces of art represent a lot of blood, sweat, and tears for the people involved in their creation. I used to buy dozens of issues at popular zine…

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Behind The Scenes of Innovation

The Making of the NBIF Television Commercials When the fine folks at the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation approach Hemmings House to partner with them on a series of three commercials that celebrate New Brunswick’s past and present world of innovation and general awesomeness, we immediately…

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Innovation Connection Between the Snow Blower and Social Media Monitoring!

What the heck did we do before 1870, the year that the snow blower was invented in New Brunswick, Canada? There must have been lots of back aches and hard attacks from all that shoveling! As it turns out New Brunswick, the small province of…

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Innovation Connection Between SCUBA & IPTV Technology!

What the heck did we do before 1839, the year that the SCUBA tank was invented in New Brunswick, Canada? There must have been lots of really long snorkels, and talented skin divers who could hold their breaths for epic periods of time! As it…

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Innovation Connections Between Toilets and Robotic Hands!

What the heck did we do before 1907, the year that the Vortex Flushing Toilet was invented in New Brunswick, Canada? Remember the cute little moon holes in the doors of outhouses? Yeah, they were pretty neat. As it turns out the Canadian province New Brunswick,…

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The Creative Class Promotes Open Communities

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Press Play Above to hear the Boiling Point Episode that relates to this blog post. I come from a small city on the East Coast of Canada called Saint John (a.k.a. The Renaissance City). We typically are a drive by…

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Coding in Schools Can Change Lives and the Economy

The Hemmings House documentary that is helping the ‘Coding to Schools’ movement gain momentum in Atlantic Canada will premiere this Saturday, July 26th at 8pm on CBC Maritimes. Code Kids follows a group of passionate tech entrepreneurs, students, teachers and influencers in Atlantic Canada over…

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Cutting out good Content Marketing material is OK!

AHHH! TOO MUCH INFORMATION!  Do you ever get frustrated trying to compress a lot of information into small, digestible bits of content for audience consumption, engagement and retention? You always want to give your audience relevant info that will relate to their needs and pain-points,…

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How Brands Help Storytellers Fight Their Way to the Screen

              The Hemmings House team and I have been producing television and web content around the world for over a decade. During that time we have experienced a massive shift in how great film stories are financed, consumed and…

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Small Town Roots, Big World Salutes! Boiling Point Podcast Ep. 7 – Gino Dion

Podcast: Play in new window | Download The latest Episode of Boiling Point is now live y'all! Take a listen! It is amazing who you might meet if you open yourself up to new experiences. Even more amazing when you find a mover and shaker…

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