Author Archives: Danielle M Villegas

Report: Students Believe Tablets Will Transform the Future of Higher Ed — Campus Technology

The vast majority of undergraduate and graduate students believe tablets will transform the future of higher education, but most still rely on laptops and smartphones for school work, according to a new study conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of … Continue reading

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The Idea Builder: Dremel Releases a Mass-Market 3D Printer

With a combination of accessible features, smart packaging, and a $999 price point, it’s obvious that the Dremel Idea Builder is a machine aimed squarely at the mass market. Source: makezine.com Wow! How cool is this? While the price point … Continue reading

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How to Stalk and Create a Blog Audience Through Empathy

Most likely you have a vague understanding of who your audience is.  To bond with your blog community, you have to overcome this narrow knowledge.  And, you can do it. The process isn’t easy. … Source: http://www.zipminis.com Darin Hammond has done … Continue reading

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It’s a good thing.

I know I haven’t been on my blog all that much. What can I say? Life gets in the way. As I’ve mentioned, I’ve had a busy summer, and it is shaping up to be an even busier autumn. “Why … Continue reading

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Neither your content nor your product are Jimmy Buffett – Sharon Burton, customer experience consultant

Your products and your content aren’t that interesting. Make it easy for your audience to take the action you want. Source: http://www.sharonburton.com Today appears to be a day focused on customer experience. Here’s another great article by my friend, Sharon … Continue reading

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Anonymity, egos, and corporate content

Corporate content and the processes surrounding it are not about the content creators themselves. Source: http://www.scriptorium.com Alan Pringle of Scriptorium has written an excellent article about writing corporate content. I know that while I don’t write 99% of the corporate … Continue reading

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Microsoft to acquire Minecraft for $2.5bn

Tech giant Microsoft is to buy Mojang, creators of Minecraft, for $2.5bn, reports the Associated Press. The phenomenal appeal and success of Minecraft — just check our archives over the last few years! Source: boingboing.net This is a huge deal, … Continue reading

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