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Another Webby

April 27, 2015

We just won our second Webby Award! This time for our work with long time client IDEO on their Future of Automobility project.

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The Luck Surface Area of the Opportunistic Mind

April 13, 2015

Opportunistic is an adjective with a bad rap. If you claim it, people might think you’re ready and waiting to take advantage of others. They’ll expect the worst from you. Connotative synonyms for opportunistic include unscrupulous, unprincipled, devious and cunning – but also resourceful and adaptable which are more in line with the word’s first definition “taking advantage of opportunities”. There’s an old Winston Churchill line that goes, “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.”

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Luck Surface Area

March 9, 2015

Luck is not chance, it’s toil; fortune’s expensive smile is earned. —Emily Dickinson

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Delay Converts The Good Into The Bad

March 2, 2015

You know how when you have to wait in line, and you have very little to do but play Candy Crush? You stand there and think about stuff. When clients have to stand around and wait, it provides them with an opportunity to become annoyed. Once annoyed, they see the world differently.

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Greg Aker on Testing

August 14, 2013

No one’s ever heard of this guy, but he’s a pretty good ole’ hacker. Hear him out on test driven development and the subtleties of MVC.

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Think Technology Thoughts with Ryan Irelan

August 1, 2013

Ryan Irelan, of Happy Cog and Mijingo, is one of our favorite people. We talk with him about technology choices.

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What Kenny Thinks

July 2, 2013

You want to know what Kenny thinks about all this? So did I. And here it is.

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What Could I Possibly Learn About Business From an 18 Year Old Kid?!

June 12, 2013

18 years old. He may very well know more about running a web design shop than you do. Kyle Cotter talks to me about how he got his start on the web and how he grows his business.

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