Pictures of Mars

The cool thing about the internet is how quickly we can share information. Google Maps are awesome. I remember when that came out and everyone would goto the aerial view and look for their house, school, work, or fun landmarks. People have even spotted very interesting things. Well, did you know we can do the […]

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Google Glass Fears

Let me preface this post by saying I have never used Google Glass nor have I spent a lot of time researching the security measures in it or exactly how it works. However, there seems to be a lot of privacy concerns about the product and there are conflicting articles on whether it’s a real […]

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North America’s Oldest Company Updates Logo

Hudson’s Bay, a Canadian chain of department stores and widely regarded as North America’s most elder company, is releasing a new branding that reflects back on their roots. Hudson’s Bay is older than the United States. Founded in 1670, Hudson’s Bay Company began as a fur trading business, controlling the British sections of North America […]

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Kindle Fire or iPad Mini

My mom recently had knee replacement surgery and spent several days in the hospital and then a week at a rehab facility. You know, not much to do, few hours of therapy a day, and a lot of down time. She is an avid reader and has had a Kindle for probably 4 years with […]

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The Story of Keep Calm and Carry On

This week we printed a shirt with a simple design. It had a graphic of two hands signing with words below saying, “keep calm accept and move on”. Has anyone else noticed the abundance of shirts and posters of this type? They always say “keep calm” followed by a command of some sort. I have […]

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Google Fiber Update

Here in the KC area, many of us are still waiting for an announcement that Google Fiber will be coming to our homes and businesses soon. What started about a year ago in KCK and North KC (areas I don’t live in or do businesses or ever goto) has gone at a snails pace. I […]

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Endangered Species: The Craftsman

With advances in technology and computer software, art and design is becoming more and more digital. I would venture to guess that even the average “painter” today often does not use a physical brush, but rather makes brush strokes with an incorporeal “brush” on a graphics tablet. This progress is not in itself a bad […]

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Merchant Accounts

Want to sell something on your website? Have a full blown online store or even raise money for a cause? There are lots of merchant accounts out there that are very flexible for the small business or user as well as large companies. Our company used to do very little with credit cards, so little […]

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