November-December 2009

Issue #24, November-December 2009

It’s got your number: Idealog #24, on sale now at good stores everywhere.


In a Wellington corridor, Nat Torkington laid down a challenge—and sparked a small revolution. Kiwi innovators are using public data to change the ways that politicians, public servants, companies and ...

Emerging Talent

Chelsie Preston Crayford started her acting career with a chocolate bribe. Now she needs no convincing.


Online maps are low-res, low-impact and usually low-rent. But a Christchurch company has mapped the city in high-res—including some local interiors.


Monique Rhodes doesn’t like Christmas albums—so she’s making one, with a who’s-who of Kiwi musicians.

The future of advertising | Advertising and marketing may be changing thanks to the arrival of web 2.0, but the task of the advertising agency as idea generator, expert communicator ...

Question Time

This must be Dick Frizzell’s year. His Four Square guy is everywhere, his wine won gold at the 2009 New Zealand International Wine Show, and his book, Dick Frizzell: The ...