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Typography Could Have Fixed The Oscars, Growing Potatoes In Mars, Pebby The Robotic Toy For Your Pet While You’re Out

Angeline Teh | Arvindh Yuvaraj

10-Mar-17 12:00

Typography

In today’s Enterprise Biz Bytes, Angeline Teh and Arvindh Yuvaraj talk about:

 

1:24 - The Oscar Best Picture fiasco could have been avoided just by using proper typography

5:09 - A new NASA backed “Potatoes on Mars” experiment is showing that growing potatoes and other food on Mars might be possible.

9:50 - A robotic pet sitter ball will let you interact with your pet via your smartphone whenever you’re out of the house.

12:32 - Podcast Highlights



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Tags:  EnterpriseEnterprise Biz BytesOscarTypographyNASAPotatoesMarsRobotsManagerial Resources/DevelopmentEntrepreneur Resources/DevelopmentTechnology news, reviews

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