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When Melbourne graffiti artists Dabs and Myla were looking for a blank canvas, they found their calling in the City of Angels.

The Australian husband and wife team, who fused their names to become DabsMyla professionally, saw their careers soar to new heights when they swapped Melbourne for Los Angeles in 2009.

Having met while studying illustration back in Melbourne, it was each other’s artwork they initially fell in love with, before eventually falling for one another.

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We’ve seen a lot of political turmoil in recent years, and technology has been front and centre of the blame game.

In this episode of That Startup Show, we’re asking whether it has disrupted democracy for better or worse.

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Creative solutions are born from conflict, but is there such a thing as too much conflict?

Well, yes, as we find out on this week’s That Startup Show.

We’re discussing why tension sometimes leads to successful pivots, while in other cases results in epic disasters.

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Each new generation of smartphones brings remarkable advances in camera quality, allowing even the greenest shutterbugs to snap prime photos.

But, if you truly want to take your pictures and videos to the next level, a tripod for your smartphone is the way to go.

The ARMOR-X Mini Flexible Phone Tripod can help you take dynamic, stunning photos or videos from any angle, and it's on sale for more than 40 per cent off today.

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Choosing your co-founder should be like picking a partner for marriage. You need clear communication and a shared direction, otherwise you may not have a fairy tale ending.

This week, That Startup Show takes a look at company culture and co-founders, as well as touching on the brave new world of robot colleagues.

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Energy costs are soaring, and small businesses are particularly vulnerable to the impact this has on their bottom line.

While we haven’t seen the huge price increases some were anticipating in 2018 (yet), around 76 per cent of businesses are still paying too much for energy.

The average business could save $1000 or more simply by switching suppliers — and that’s before taking into account other measures to become greener.

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Seatbelt? Check. Mirrors? Check. Headlights? Check. Staying safe on the road means running through a common-sense list as soon as you get in your car. But, if things go awry, none of those steps protect you from costly repairs or insurance claims.

This High Definition Dash Cam gives you a second set of eyes for day or night driving, and it's on sale for over 50 per cent off.