Innovation

First They Want to Take Our Guns, Now the Internet

Squandering American Hegemony [dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]T[/dropcap]he desire to impede, encroach and trample on a person’s rights, freedom and liberties, is typically characterized in America by the continuous and tenacious assault from occupants in the White House – and much of the Left – on the right to …

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Inspiring Dell Commercial Reinvents Brand and Targets Startup Entrepreneurs

Dell lost its luster over the past decade, and its leadership battles have been well documented. The company finally went private once again in late 2013 after Michael Dell, its founder, fought long and hard against billionaire investing mogul Carl Icahn, in order to maintain …

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How Comcast Won The Seattle Mayoral Election

Super PACs – An Invention from the Left It has never been a secret that money wins elections. The necessity to deliver political viewpoints and name recognition via television commercials, flyers, yard signs, etc. has long been the United States’ campaign culture, the funding an …

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Snapchat is Facebook’s Biggest Threat, and Zuckerberg Knows It

Snapchat: Social Media With A Short Memory is Taking Over Teenage Lives Recently, Mark Zuckerberg finally was forced to come clean and admit what many have been noticing over the past few years – Facebook is losing ground as the top social media choice among …

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GrubHub and Seamless: A Marriage of Convenience

The Marriage of GrubHub and Seamless When Seamless Web launched, back in the fledgling days of e-commerce just before the new millennium rolled in, its original founders had designs on providing an intuitive and simple online catering service.  The site fulfilled its initial intentions, providing …

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Healthcare.gov: A Bunch of Bad Bureaucratic Decisions

How the Federal Government Could Get Something So Critical, So Wrong In March of this year, a small tech firm called Development Seed was contracted by the United States government to help launch the healthcare.gov website, just in time for the biggest healthcare revision in U.S. …

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Apple’s Future in Question Under Tim Cook’s Leadership

The Apple Appeal: Still the Same, or Longing for the Good Old Days? Outside the Apple Store on Michigan Ave, standing in what would amount to a 5- hour line awaiting the brand new 5s/5c iPhone release, I found myself pondering the future of everyday …

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How The Google Hummingbird Update Changed The SEO Landscape For Online Businesses

[Tweet “Google’s Hummingbird update will reward online publishers who put their readers’ experience first”] Do you run an online business that receives a significant amount of traffic from Google? If so, then you need to acquaint yourself with the Google Hummingbird update. The update was …

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Embrace Change, Innovate, Stay Humble – Entrepreneurial Lessons Ballmer Forgot

A Life Lesson on How Not To Run a Company: The Ballmer Years @ Microsoft At the turn of the new millennium, Microsoft was ubiquitous and reigned supreme when it came to discussions of technological innovation and product development.  Riding the back of a decade …

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