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Style Tiles: "No, It's Not The Home Page"

Our goal is to provide the best possible design for our clients. This involves a creative process that includes in-depth exploration and experimentation. We gather information from our clients in order to better understand where they would like their brand to go, and then we get to work.

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Sony: A comedy of errors

I was surprised to learn that some of my coworkers had not heard of the Sony debacle, so I thought I'd give a quick run-down. The progression thus far:

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Sustainable Fish: what you all need to know

So I cynically went to one of those panel discussions that everyone gets spammed about but no one ever attends (sustainable fish, come on, what does

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Homemade WiFi

No computer store nearby? No problem. Apparently all you need is plastic water bottles, used motorcycle parts, window screens, and coaxial cables and you are ready to connect to your wireless network.

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"e-government": it only takes an email listserv

Too many people assume that using technology to bring regular citizens closer to the political and democratic processes requires expensive tools and big thinking.

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World of Plaguecraft

A digital virus spread by terrorists left bodies on the streets and cities quarantined by the government.

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Are you a mechanical turk? Do you need a human computer?

Have you noticed how our "what's happening now" del.icio.us feed has gone nuts lately?

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Blogging on the Clock

The "work vs.

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On Search

I'm thinking Google's monopoly on search could be ceded if they don't catch up in the war against search spammers (people who contaminate search results).

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Photo Galleries

I am a devoted Flickr user. The problem is that long before Flickr ever came along I was a devoted SmugMug user.

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I see you like to read printed material. You should check our Nicco's book The End of Big: http://endofbig.com