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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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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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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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Chattmortgage.com

Chattmortgage.com

I can’t take too much credit for this site, I only helped with some of the setup and functionality.  My friends at Southside Creative Group get all of the credit for the design and the initial setup of the WordPress blog. Southside used the back-end Calyx WebCaster system, added their design expertise and made a […]

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Server-free at Last! ...well, almost

Server-free at Last! …well, almost

Managing infrastructure more and more the past five years, I have really bought into the paradigm of ‘Cloud Computing.’  I have heard others comment that cloud computing is dangerous and lazy, but I have to disagree.  I am much more interested in developing business procedures and processes that gain effeciency, reduce cost, and create new […]

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Google Apps Collaboration

Google Apps Collaboration

One of the problems many small business face is the ability to share and collaborate information.  Often times this requires heavy underpinnings of network operating systems or expensive and IT management heavy tools such as Microsoft SharePoint. Since Peoples Home Equity is a Google Apps shop, I built this shared spreadsheet to assist management with […]

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