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Let’s Get Sandy (Big Problem)

I’m overcome by mixed emotions right now—sure, I’m a wee bit disappointed to be in the office on Monday when so many of your are hunkered down in your homes
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Dynamic Pricing in Action – Are You Getting a Deal, or Are You Being Ripped Off?

As an economics major and avid shopper, I feel that there is a market trend coming around that should be on everyone’s radar: Dynamic Pricing!
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When Good Writing Goes Bad . . . On Purpose

If you haven’t heard of San Jose State University’s Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest, then prepare yourself: I’m about to lay some first-rate literary funny on you.
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Apple to Samsung: A Winner Is Us!

In a legal coup against Samsung that’s sure to redound to the benefit of Apple shareholders, a jury in San Jose has awarded the Cupertino-based company
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Before the Online Walkthrough, There Was Nintendo Power

It is with a strong twinge of nostalgia that I report the following sad news: the end is nigh for Nintendo Power, a gaming magazine
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The Masterpieces of the World’s Museums at Your Fingertips

At the core of what makes the Internet wonderful is the fact that it can be a great equalizer in the realm of access to information and media.
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A Brief History of Spam

The other day, I was on my way to grab some Pho for lunch with Vlad (one of our developers) when I serendipitously came upon an intriguing topic
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What Is Responsive Design?

Something that seems to come up frequently in discovery calls and chats with clients these days is the concept of “Responsive Web Design.”
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