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Being an Account Coordinator, working day in and day out with clients, my job revolves around service. My focus is on fulfilling customer needs and I take that responsibility seriously. Which means that when I leave the office I don’t stop thinking about service, it’s on my mind wherever I go: to lunch, to the
Exactly 13 months ago today, Wolfram|Alpha, a self-billed “Computational Knowledge Engine,” went online. It was hailed as a new type of search engine. Unlike Google or Yahoo!, Wolfram|Alpha wasn’t made to scan the entire web for relevant articles and content. Instead, it was built to deliver objective, factual data on the search topic as well
We all have that friend who constantly explodes your Facebook newsfeed with all of his/her status updates. Or that family member that spends dinner time tweeting. And if you’re really lucky, you have the pleasure of knowing someone that takes their phone into the restroom so they can update from the porcelain throne. Nice, right?
About a year and a half ago, Google released its first public version of its browser Chrome. Since then I’ve switched from Safari to Firefox and installed countless add-ons to make my life as a web developer easier. Lately though, I’ve begun to question my browser of choice, Firefox. I know what you’re thinking: “Brandon,
The first thing I do—after I kiss my husband “good morning” and accept that wonderful cup of coffee he brings me every day—is say a prayer of thanks that I get to go to work each day in a place where extraordinary people are hired and entrusted to do what they love. And that we
Boo! Twitter launched a Facebook app today that will reportedly allow me to locate my Facebook friends on Twitter, but it’s a major FAIL right off the bat. It doesn’t work! So, is it a Twitter problem? Or a Facebook problem? Twitter says Facebook. Facebook, as usual, is a little elusive. What do you think?
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Back before there was an Internet, back before there were even computers, people used to have mechanical writing machines called “typewriters.” Typewriters were a very popular and efficient way to quickly write letters, papers or news stories, and although correcting mistakes was a tedious and laborious process, typewriters added a satisfying physicality to the process
As a newish resident, I thought it would be fun to shoot a few Louisville related questions to CurrentMarketing’s other recent transplant. So let’s see what Michigan native, Brian Solomon, has to say about the ‘Ville: AT: Best thing you’ve seen since moving here? BS: The junkyard. Well, it’s not a junkyard, it’s a yard