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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
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
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
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
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
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