The Creative Business Card

July 27th, 2011

What do you think of when you imagine a business card? In general, you most likely think of a small stock-paper rectangle that has essential contact information printed on it and, probably, a logo. While this standard method has traditionally been an effective way to exchange business information, it's not entirely memorable.

Are Virtual Teams the Wave of the Future

July 22nd, 2011

The way companies are organized has changed as technology has grown. We often see companies reorganizing their teams into virtual teams, also called geographically dispersed teams (GDT). This allows people in different countries to collaborate on a single project.

Are we doomed for another tech bubble

July 20th, 2011

It’s easy to get a feeling of deja vu these days.

Every week brings big news of another tech IPO. We hear about super-sized valuations for businesses that haven’t turned a profit. Sounds familiar doesn’t it? It has a certain late 1990s flavor.

What is a QR Code

July 15th, 2011

We’ve all seen the odd black squares that are constantly being photographed by smartphone users. They’re called QR codes, an innovative re-imagining of barcode technology. Originally used for tracking parts in vehicle manufacturing, these codes are now used in a much broader context.

The Connected Age

July 13th, 2011

More and more important decisions are being made through e-mails, full conversations are being composed in text messages, and families separated by large distances are staying connected by video chatting. Technology has become a new language, one we are still learning to use effectively.

Tablets Take Root in business

July 8th, 2011

Hold on a second -- are tablets productivity boosters?

You’re not alone if you thought tablets were merely shiny toys for consuming media. Most of the television spots advertising these gadgets show game playing, video watching, and web surfing -- and not much in the way of work.

What will happen to spam

July 6th, 2011

Have you noticed the steady decline of traditional spamming in the past few years? The lowered levels have come about because the Internet has developed along with current technologies to make the z a safer place, one that is more and more difficult for spammers to navigate.

The evolution of the resume

June 24th, 2011

The classic resume is a standard of professionalism that has been agreed upon between prospective employees and prospective employers since the dawn of the barter system. The traditional resume typically consists of a white piece of paper, size 12 font, and an easy to read list of skills and accomplishments designed to convince any reader that the author is a talented and skilled worker.

The dawn of a new Internet

June 22nd, 2011

In the not too distant future, you might start to see websites that end in .food or .microsoft.


In a special session on Monday, June 20, the Internet’s governing body voted 13-1 to allow, in theory, an near-infinite number of new domain endings.

How to use video for your business

June 15th, 2011

Web video is a very basic and effective way to convey information about a business, yet many businesses still aren’t utilizing it. If you’ve been wondering how you can use videos for your business, take a look at these great examples.


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