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How Well Does Your Organization Reflect Its Customers?

There’s a famous and long-running divide between the people who design products and services and the people who use them. The designers and developers are…

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How to Use WordPress To Save Your Freelance History

A while ago movie writer Drew McWeeny posted this to Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrewMcWeeny/status/989937832062992384 That kind of problem has plagued the freelance writing field to a growing…

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Facebook Hasn’t, Doesn’t, and Won’t Care About News or Those Who Create It

One of the many declarations, updates and statements made by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the company’s recent F8 developer conference included him saying he…

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Instead of “Busier,” How About More Engaging?

The solution offered here to the problem of youths engaging in “risky” behavior such as drinking or drug use is to basically make them busier…

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This Week Elsewhere – 5/4/18

Cinematic Slant Cinematic Slant is where I write about movies, including the campaign recaps I’ve been doing since 2004 along with other news and opinions.…

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Blog Writing and Maintenance Isn’t Passive

When I started Cinematic Slant last year I knew it would be an uphill battle to grow the site. Every single bit of research and…

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Contrasting AT&T’s “Work From Home” Commercial With Real Life

There’s a radio commercial that’s been bugging me recently. It comes from AT&T and is meant to sell its home internet service, promising lightning speeds…

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There’s No More Direct Connection to the Audience Than RSS

It’s both heartening and kind of hilarious to read stories like this where Mic, in this instance, talks about how it feels the need to…

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Forget Government-Run Interfaces and Focus On the Data

Let’s take Consumer Financial Protection Bureau chief (for the moment) Mick Mulvaney at face value when he says it’s not the responsibility of the agency…

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This Week Elsewhere – 4/27/18

Adweek How 8 Brands Assembled Their Marketing Tie-Ins With Avengers: Infinity War: All of that hype has led to the movie breaking records for Fandango…

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