Tag Archives: HTML5

Lonely posts, an unthinkable punishment in words.

It’s raining today, extra hard. I’m inspired to write a little, in between everything I should be finishing for our soft launch of[*STARME] next week. I receive emails with these great posts from Medium. Even though I can’t always get to every one … Continue reading

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HTML5 vs Native; like ‘Knight’ & day.

Even though Native and Mobile Web App’s seem similar for end-user product consumption, the business monetization side that’s needing to shrink excessive costs and subscription fees – provides  a compelling comparison and outcome. ‘…does it make sense for publishers to continue to … Continue reading

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Mobile at first, can confuse the shit out of you!

Just because you have a mobile enabled landing page to link consumers to, doesn’t mean they’re getting a rich and fulfilling experience. What if.., your landing page doesn’t express your core business brand and just leaves people confused as shit, … Continue reading

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“Do Epic Shit” -with Microsoft’s new Bing Fund.

While attending Techiepalooza last week at ASU Technology Center ‘Skysong’ in Scottsdale, AZ i had the pleasure of watching Rahul Sood of Microsoft’s new Bing Fund hard at work. Catch him at @Rahulsood or Rs@bing.com If the words on his … Continue reading

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The Social Bubble, will tech ever subside?

What goes up must come down! Or maybe not. Will the Social bubble of exploding technology ever pop? Or is the system to dependent for subsequential withdrawal. Remember the dot-com bubble? It was as ‘simply complex’ as companies  adding an “e-” prefix to … Continue reading

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