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30
Dec

 

Drupal Trends in 2012

2012 is here and, like the ancient Mayans, we're predicting some big changes, especially in our favorite Content Management System (CMS), Drupal. Drupal 7 was released with some of the best and brightest ...

11
Jul

 

Beating the Blahs

It seems that Vitamin D is the new miracle cure for the doldrums, depression, lack of productivity, and ending war and poverty.

Seriously though, there's a lot of hype about Vitamin D. Does it live up to all the fanfare? Let's take a look ...

25
Sep

 

Are You Converted?

Everything you do in your business should make you money. Why should your web site be any different?

Before I get into whether or not you're converted— and not in the religious sense (though you should be religious about monitoring ...

15
Dec

 

To send or not to send? E-Cards, Gift Cards and Song Gifting

“Printed Christmas cards were the rage in England, then Germany, as early as 1800. But it required an additional thirty years for Americans to take to the idea. Then, in 1875, Boston lithographer Louis Prang, a native of Germany, began publishing ...

14
Jul

 

Personal Insurance in This Changing Climate

By Guest blogger Jason Stefely
I'm a native of the Chicago area (go Bears!) and moved to Eugene with my wife, Jessica, to pursue a career with State Farm in 2002. My favorite things about Eugene are the friends we've made here and the many opportunities ...

23
Dec

 

The Best Tools for Responsive Design

Responsive design has been around for a few years now, but in 2013, there was a sudden push to convert websites to be responsive. Responsive was so big in 2013 that Mashable calls it “

Are You Ready to Start Your Project?