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  1. Internal Memo: #415-09W

    10/21/10

    by Greg Storey

    re: Not Red Dawn but Almost

    All: It’s 4:00 AM and I am both wide awake and completely exhausted at the same time.

    First, I want to say that last week’s Halo game was inspiring, informative, and productive.

  2. Bloodhounding Budgets

    10/14/10

    by Greg Hoy

    Laying the groundwork to earn a respectable wage in any service business can be a cat-and-mouse game. I’d like to share a few tactics I’ve picked up over the years that have helped us root out the answer to the queen mother of all biz dev questions: “What’s your budget?”

  3. Tweets!

    Is This Thing On?

    10/7/10

    by Jeffrey Zeldman

    They laughed when I sat down at the HTML editor. But they cried when I began to make web pages. That was 1995. This is 2010, and we’re still doing it. Web design is no longer an occult activity for a small circle of initiates, and we’ve gotten a bit better at it over the years. The technology has changed (you’re welcome!) but the basics are still good design, great content, and an interface that makes reading or shopping or sharing a pleasure.