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ipad  // Posts tagged as "ipad"

30 Aug Posted by in Social Media | 1 comment

In Social Media, Conversation = Sales

With the current state of our economy, businesses have placed a lot of emphasis on cutting back on overhead — stocking inferior products, or decreasing hours for employees, etc. — and trying their best to keep their heads above water. And when a business is trying to keep its head above water, more often than...

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29 Jun Posted by in Apps | Comments

The 5 Most Useful Cloud Applications

Cloud computing is all the rage. Now that computers, and particularly mobile devices using iOS and Android, are moving away from file systems and more towards applications with cloud storage to maintain all of their files, it’s becoming much more difficult to justify using a product that isn’t in the cloud. Because we tend to...

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07 Mar Posted by in Social Media | Comments

The Day The Earth Stood Still (For Apple)

It seems that on the verge of every new Apple announcement, the world just sort of stops. News outlets, blogs, tech nerds and consumers alike all hold their breath for a few hours on that day, awaiting the Next Big Thing. That thing, of course, being a revolutionary (or just new) product from Apple, that...

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25 Nov Posted by in Technology | Comments

What My Grandma Taught Me About User Interface Design

An old lady with delicately groomed hair sits at a computer screen, feverishly clicking away at her mouse with reckless abandon at a graphic user interface with icons and windows. “Nothing is happening!” she screams. She looks down at her hand, which is covering the mouse, and admits that she just ‘doesn’t get it’. That,...

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The Rise of Touchscreen Devices

Creating a website is often an expensive, time-consuming endeavor. For one, you must commit time and energy in figuring out how, exactly, you want your business to be represented on the web. Then comes the issue of figuring out who will construct your website. Hire a professional web developer, or someone you know? But rarely...

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09 Nov Posted by in Technology | Comments

Amazon v. B&N and The Battle of the Cheap Tablets

When Apple released their iPad, it was a big deal. It was sleek, it was cool, and it was relatively inexpensive. I say relatively, and I stress relatively because that’s what it was — compared to Apple’s other portable devices at the time, at just $500 for the base model it was a steal. And then...

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04 Nov Posted by in Technology | 1 comment

The Age of Digital Consumption

Currently, the digital world is the ravenous consumer’s playground. It is an environment that is ripe with plenty of opportunity for consumers to do just what they were born to do: consume. A place where one can frolic about on Twitter, Facebook and other forms of media aggregators and listen to new music, watch their favorite...

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17 Oct Posted by in Technology, Trending | Comments

3 Things Steve Jobs Has Inadvertently Taught Us About Web Design

Steve Jobs is often associated with a few things: The Macintosh, his impeccable eye for detail, the frightening, often mythical stories that surround him and… web design? Well, no. Not web design. Definitely not web design. The iPod, iPhone, iMac and Safari, maybe, yes, but not web design. But if there’s anything that Jobs has...

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12 Oct Posted by in Technology | Comments

What Touchscreens Have Taught Us About Experience

I’m sure at least a few of us can recall using a Palm Pilot or an Apple Newton. Their monochrome displays and touch recognition were new and even groundbreaking at the time. Since then, those PDA’s, as they had become known, have slowly matured into what we now call smart phones — all encompassing mobile...

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07 Oct Posted by in Trending | Comments

Remembering Steve Jobs, The [Insert Adjective Here] One

I’m terrified. Because, following the recent and all-too-soon death of Steve Jobs, we lost something extremely important. Not just a person, necessarily, but a state of mind. A state of mind that insists that innovation must not be undermined by fear. That in order to make breakthroughs, one must first forget about that reluctance of...

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