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Six Life Lessons

I am a sucker for lists. I fall for this link bait every time. This one resonates. http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20121002115428-204263538-the-six-lessons-i-live-by?trk=eml-mktg-top12-s-1219-p7

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Apple iBooks Author

Apple iBooks Author

Apple has yet again generated excitement in the education industry with their new iBooks Author software.  I wanted to try it out to get a feel for what the future can offer with interactive books.  At my employer, publishing is a large part of our ability to train so I wonder if there are future […]

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Cisco UC320W

Cisco UC320W

W00t! A first install! We quickly got a hands-on install opportunity for the newly announced Cisco UC320W ‘office in a box.’ My first impressions? Impressed. I have a real heart for small business and this box takes the cake. How many times do you see a small office (under 25 users) and they either can’t […]

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Concentric Network Solutions

Concentric Network Solutions

For those of you searching for that quick-I-need-the-website-yesterday solution, herein lies the beauty of WordPress. I came over this week to Concentric Network Solutions to help them jumpstart their new business model in Chattanooga, TN.  A telephony company with roots extending out to VoIP, Networking, and Data Management, they are a new startup of an […]

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Android

Android is Enjoying the Success of Leftover Consumers

Update 8/16/2012: Seems like I may not have been so far off in my predictions.  Bryan Bishop of the Verge reports that a January 2011 report from Apple asking why consumers would choose Android powered smart phones over iOS seems to point to a consumer preference to stay with their current provider.  If you like […]

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HTML5 localStorage Demo

HTML5 localStorage Demo

While doing research about Apps vs. Web Apps, I misunderstood the capabilities of localStorage in HTML5.  I believed the data in localStorage would not persist once the device was powered down, but it turns out, that is not the case. Building from some examples I found on web and Matthew David’s book on HTML5, I pieced together […]

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Apps vs Web Apps

Apps or Web Apps…now that is the question! Without a doubt, mobile apps are a hot area in today’s delivery of computer programs.  The top three mobile platforms combined offer more than half-a-million downloadable applications.  It seems as if overnight what used to marketed as “visit us on the web at” has morphed into “visit us […]

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Kennywood

Kennywood

* Disclaimer* I did not shoot this video, I did not direct this video, I did not come up with the idea for this video.  I probably shouldn’t even post this here, but I just coouldn’t help myself.  It’s bad.  Really bad (and the team would openly admint it!).  I took some B-roll handy-cam recordings, […]

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Loan Insight

Loan Insight

Created for Peoples Home Equity, a mortgage lender located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Loan Insight integrates the web to Peoples’ back-end mortgage processing system.  This innovative site allows real estate professionals the ability to track their client’s progress throughout the loan origination process. Project accomplishements: Modern, clean website that is easy to navigate and void of […]

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CNE, Inc.

CNE, Inc.

A professional WordPress based site for Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprises.  CNE was interested in updating their existing web site to modernize and to have more control over the content.  I put together the foundation of the site, and followed up with some WordPress 101 training.  They are now fully self-sufficient on the world wide web! Project […]

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