Archive for: October, 2013

Foursquare for business

For years, I personally knocked on Foursquare, claiming that it was nothing but a creepy tool to tell people where you were and saw no point in it; I had no desire to get “badges” or “check-in” anywhere. Yet the way that Foursquare is set up now, the platform really does help out businesses in…

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Hindsight 20/20

Whoa. I can’t think of any word that adequately sums up our first six months other than that. It has been a rollercoaster of good and sometimes rough patches, but never a bad day. We have had team members come and go, but the Found Family continues to grow. I thought it would be fitting…

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WordPress vs Drupal

This week, we are going to talk about CMS systems and the web. Before we go any farther, it is important that you understand what CMS stands for. A CMS (Content Management System) is an application using which you can create, update and delete your Content on the web. There are several different types of…

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“I’ll just fix it in post”

We have been blessed to live in an age where many mistakes can be fixed or avoided thanks to technology, but as a creative, it can become a problem when we begin to rely on the creative shortcuts. A term commonly used on set of some commercials and short films I’ve been on is “we’ll…

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