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Comcast Xfinity vs. Verizon Fios – Comparison – Which is Better?

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Choosing an internet provider can be a painstaking process that will leave you wanting to bang your head against the wall. How do you know which one is best for you? To make your selection process a bit easier, we have compared two of the top internet service providers in the northeast U.S; Comcast Xfinity 


Top 18 Movies to Watch on STARZ Right Now

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It seems like there are countless streaming services these days, and with so many to choose from it can be hard to know where some of your favorite movies are. Starz is a premium streaming service that offers television and movies that you can’t find anywhere else. But the platform prioritizes films, which means it 


What Would Kafka Say? User Intuition and Semiotics

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A shared experience truly makes us human. The sun rises from the east and sets in the west. The sky is blue. So are the oceans. Colors, shapes, smells, they all plug into our memories in different ways. This is the root of symbolism and interpretation. Unsurprising, then, that it is also the root of 


Collaboration is Not an App -It’s an Extension

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Collaboration is the lifeblood of greatness. Auteurs may spit at the notion, but just about everything outside art depends on multiple sets of hands. That there are so many channels to communicate is unsurprising: phone, email, chat, etc. Each was groundbreaking when initially unveiled. Each is also surprisingly crude for the intricate needs that professionals 


B2B Branding and Design

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Disruptive B2B SaaS is a dime a dozen. Now don’t get me wrong. The good stuff actually improves its clients’ generation, processing, output, or whatever else. Even so-so applications aren’t necessarily devastating…just a 2.0 GPA. Think stuff that adds unnecessary components or otherwise complicates navigation without offering a concrete benefit.Relevancy, of course, matters a ton. 


Small Startup? Open Betas are Still for You

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As pontificated easier, Agile methods are superior for software development. It’s also nothing new. Versioning is older than the 80s. The real question is how versioning happens. This week’s biggest software news was that Apple unveiled an open beta of its iOS 10 and macOS Sierra. Fan bois, of course, are drooling. The rest of 


Dose Bots are Back! The New Power of Templates

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AI is a big thing this year. First, bots are becoming widely available. Then there’s also that Google is implementing new AI into their search roll call -enter RankBrain. The system uses a deep learning system to better categorize sites over time. Change is in the air! But what changes, and why?SEO has been refining 


Social Media is Automatizing Safe Space: Part 2

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Part one covers how we process and use social media. Part two will investigate what this means for marketers, safe space advocates, and social media users.   The Distortion, Social Media, and the Curveball: MarketingSocial media is nothing but the collective assertions of its users. Ideally, this means fair representation of concepts and opinions. To each 


‘Agile,’ Iterative, Their Difference, and the Future

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“Agile,” Iterative, Its Difference, and the FutureAgile methods have been around for years. The concept first gained sway in the software industry with 2001’s “Agile Manifesto.” In it, they advocate for a customer-centric approach with an iterative processing cycle. This completely abandons older, sequential production methods often dubbed the ‘waterfall’ model. The Agile Manifesto’s author’s 


Outsourcing: What I’ve Learned About What Works and What Doesn’t

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Some time back in 2008 I read the 4 Hour Workweek. The sections about the Pareto Principle (aka 80/20 rule), Elimination, and Low Information Diet have definitely changed my life and continue to do so to this day. The part of the book that I’ve never found all that useful – basically the 2nd half 


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