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Washingtonians Use Twitter and Facebook Incessantly, Melt Own Brains

According to Men’s Health (a magazine I’d heretofore not read once) Washington, DC is the most socially networked city in the country. Surprised? I wasn’t.
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Race to End Poverty Successful—Chevy Chase, MD No Longer Impoverished!

Saturday April 9th saw an elite group of Olympic-caliber athletes emerge from behind the keyboards and monitors at Hodgson’s Kensington offices
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Groupon for Business: The Next Blue Light Special?

By now, you’re probably familiar with the sorts of deals available to the average shopper via sites like Groupon and Living Social
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The Starbucks Mobile Card App or: The Reason I Spent $130 on Coffee Last Month

Recently, while I was reading web developer/man of letters Vlad Oprică’s article about microtransactions, I was struck in particular
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Microtransactions – The Business Model of the Future

Ever been given a deal that claimed “Free to sign up!”, only to realize a couple of months later that you actually ended up spending a total of $100
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Project Wallaby: An Awkward, Tiny Kangaroo

Adobe Labs recently released a preview version of Wallaby, an “experimental technology” that aims to convert Flash projects into HTML5 canvas files.
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The Board Demands an iPhone App!

n my capacity as a member of the Hodgson sales team, I’ve tacitly participated in many a discovery call with folks who—much like you, dear reader
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Microkia / Nokiasoft

Finnish cell phone / paper products manufacturer Nokia has come upon hard times. Once known as the maker of every American teenager’s first and second cell phones
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