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Nothing to lose and everything to gain: Risk It Indiana 2014. Maybe it’s that little idea that’s been idling in the back of your mind for years. Perhaps you’ve been tinkering in your garage on a pet project every night until the stars give way… READ MORE »
To paraphrase Heidi Klum, “In the world of technology, one minute you’re in… and the next minute, you’re out.” Tech trends barrel down the pipeline at warp speed in today’s world, and to keep your business’ website apace of the major advances (social media plugins,… READ MORE »
Here’s what you ought to know: we know who you need to know to get you where you want to go. When it comes to getting the job, the apartment,READ MORE » ...
Do-It-Yourself is embedded within the fabric of U.S. history and culture: Yankee ingenuity, bootstrapping, the pioneering spirit… Whatever you call the drive to make and re-make and prune and perfect, it all boils down to the very human quest for novelty. We are drawn to… READ MORE »
The Indiana Small Business Development Center knew it needed to make a change. In a sea of government agencies, it needed to make a splash in a major way –READ MORE » ...
Like the little girl from Elf, “I’m a human… raised by humans,” but I think it’s safe to say I share Buddy’s affinity for elf culture. Since Halloween, I have been blasting holiday music, baking cookies, and scaring every mall Santa I come across by… READ MORE »
Is “Defying Gravity” your not-so-secret jam? Do you enjoy pushing the envelope, testing your limits and doing the impossible simply because you can? Are you an entrepreneur, software developer or startup investor? Then I’ve found your new best friend. Actually, I’ve found 1700 new best… READ MORE »
At this point in time, I currently have four email accounts: two for work, one for school and one for junk mail. If I read every message I receive every day (conservative estimate: 110), I’d have a third full-time job. Although I’m a youngin’ in… READ MORE »
My friend, Peter Slutsky from Automattic, was quoted in an article in Politico where the author, Dylan Byers, asked the question ‘Why didn’t the White House use WordPress?’ He’s referring to theREAD MORE » ...