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    Working better together

    Guru, Pasavat Tanskul, Published on 06/07/2018

    » Working in a traditional office setting is a thing of the past. Co-working spaces are on the rise and it has begun to change the way people work. Gone are working in isolated spaces in favour of open areas that are flexible, encourage like-minded individuals to collaborate and offer a sense of community. Whether you are a freelancer, a start-up or a small or medium organisation, we visited four stylish and new co-working spaces in Bangkok that will help the way you want to work.

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    Rules for a truly sustainable economy

    Published on 11/12/2018

    » Climate change, unfair labour practices, corruption and other sustainability issues are moving up the corporate agenda. Bain & Company recently surveyed 297 global companies, and 81% said that sustainability is more important to their business today than it was five years ago; 85% believe that it will be even more important five years from now.

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    True cost of mining Bitcoin

    Life, James Hein, Published on 28/03/2018

    » Should you Bitcoin? Short answer in the past yes, now not so much. I've mentioned Bitcoins in previous articles and modern mining, which is how you get them, has driven up the price of graphics processors in recent times. Can you make any money using your spare GPU cycles on your PC? Answering that question is not as simple you might think, despite what a mining application may tell you. It depends on how powerful your GPU is, what the price of Bitcoin is that week and things like how much you pay for your power because you will be using more. The process works by maximising the power of your GPU, using more electricity than for regular use and keeping your PC hotter than usual 24/7. Mining works by solving complex maths equations for the blockchain which over time takes longer and longer and more processing power.

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    Just getting going

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 14/12/2016

    » There were only three start-ups in Thailand four years ago. Today the country has over 100, with the total value of investment in 2016 around 7 billion baht -- a figure likely to only increase.

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