Tiggy ready to take on Canadian food delivery incumbents with 15-minute option

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Grocery delivery startup Tiggy is a new player in the Canadian quick commerce space, announcing Friday $6.35 million in seed funding to get its dark stores up-and-running to accommodate 15-minute deliveries. Source: TechCrunch Date: January 3rd, 2022 Link: https://techcrunch.com/2021/12/10/tiggy-ready-to-take-on-canadian-food-delivery-incumbents-with-15-minute-option/ Discussion What is a “dark store”?A: a large retail facility that resembles a conventional supermarket or other store… Read more »

Holy tech! Churches try new ways to connect

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Geraint Harries, a technology specialist, for St John the Evangelist in Lancashire, admits that when his parish first started using social media, it didn’t get it quite right. “At first we didn’t really know what social media meant for the church and fell into the trap of simply chasing the number of likes and followers… Read more »

Netflix and Amazon Leave Little Room for Streaming Video Latecomers

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  To keep his family of four entertained, Ben Emery pays about $180 a month for Spectrum TV and internet service, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu. He gets Amazon mostly for free shipping and Hulu in part because his 5-year-old daughter likes “Teen Titans Go.” “Netflix and Hulu got in early, so that’s where I’m willing… Read more »