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Published by: David Nordella on 05-31-2012
Twitter changed its Developer Rules of the Road on May 17, 2012. One of the principles underlying the new rules is Don't create or distribute spam. Read the rest of this blog post
Published by: Jason Ciment on 05-29-2012
Mobile apps have become the breeding ground for new and unorthodox ideas in technology, and Bump is no exception. In basic terms, the Bump app allows mobile users to to transfer business and personal contact information with each other. How do they do it? You guessed it, by bumping. By simply bumping iPhones together, your contact list will immediately be updated with their information. Its efficient and playful enough to get even the most recluse of business associates to share their info. But that's not all this app does. Read the rest of this blog post
Published by: Jason Ciment on 05-25-2012
This week, Yahoo released their brand new web browser extension and, short of some hiccups, has already received rave reviews. Does it live up to the hype? We took a first look and made a list of our own personal thoughts as well as what this new browser might change about web design. Read the rest of this blog post
Published by: David Nordella on 05-24-2012
Its time for business professionals to give Twitter some respect. Linkedin may be a more interesting Social Media outlet to you. LinkedIn is structured more like your world. You use it like a resume, although this is slowly changing. Twitter is a relatively new, and possibly frightening, frontier for most professionals Read the rest of this blog post
Published by: Jason Ciment on 05-23-2012
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but a bad typeface can ruin an entire website design. Typography used to be a fascination of only the few, but now more and more designers and CEOs are jumping on the bandwagon. It has become a vital part of the web design process, and the sooner online companies structure their typeface branding, the better. Here are a few tips and tricks to finding and harmonizing your website's typeface. Read the rest of this blog post
 
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