technology

Grandpa Still Takes His Phone Out Of His Pocket

February 9, 2015 | 1 Comments

Just last week Google broke the news that Glass is moving out of Google[x] and into a standalone company within Google.  Of course the first thing I heard from the jolly masses was, “did you...

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This was actually a surprisingly good article from Integrated Marketing Summit despite its title, 3 Tactics, 2 Strategies and 1 Crotchety Contrarian from Integrated Marketing Summit. http://technorati.com/technology/article/3-tactics-2-strategies-and-1/ The quick overview is: Big Branding is decreasing...

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My Week With Google Glass

February 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Just over a week ago I got an offer I couldn’t refuse. A friend and colleague, Bill Evans, had been accepted into the explorer program and was offering me the chance to try out Google...

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As the technology and industry leaders my responsibilities are to Technology and the pursuit of what’s next for us, our industry, our clients, and their customers by identifying technology trends and influencing behavior.  Although my...

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It’s A Kind Of Magic

February 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

There’s no big secret to magic outside of the magician’s ability to understand how a person thinks.  As magicians they’ve taught themselves to push the limits of our faith in our ability to comprehend and judge the world around us....

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Traditionally the Technical Lead has been synonymous with lead programmer, senior software engineer, or senior application developer. They serve as both the primary contact and technical representative to the agency, as well as the lead...

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Technology as a Creative Discipline

February 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

A few years back, while working on the “before & after” gallery for Chrysaliz Design, I got to thinking about the artistry that went into decorating the homes in the photographs.  This idea stuck in...

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Back To The Future

October 5, 2009 | 2 Comments

So there I was writing iPhone code when deja vu hit me.  Relatively slow processor, manually managing memory to decrease the overall footprint, relatively small harddrive, concern for data throughput.  I’ve been here before.  Hey,...

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Book Review: Made To Stick

January 30, 2009 | 0 Comments

Chip Heath & Dan Heath. (2007). Made to Stick. Random House. This book is a great source of inspiration for marketing professionals and anyone else who needs their message to stick. In their organized approach...

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