Starbucks May Soon Deliver to Your Door

Starbucks will soon bring the coffee to you. At least if you live in Seattle or New York. The coffee giant will use a couple different strategies to accomplish this. The first will simply enable you to use the Starbucks mobile pay app to order your drink and have it delivered. The second method will […]

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Google Groups

Century Marketing is a member of NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) and we recently had a meeting with some of those on the marketing committee. Members are looking for a way to quickly and effectively interact with other members. Some of the ideas inlcuded: ask other members a question send out info that […]

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Finally A Cord Cutter Solution?

I have been a cord cutter for about six years now. My reasons? Most of the cable channels sucked, and the only channel I really cared about, ESPN, was never on the base cable plan. This means I would be spending a minimum of $80 or so each month  for ESPN. Our solution was to […]

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Google Apps

A few months ago our company made the change to Google Apps, primarily for the use of their email service. After spending years maintaining our own email server, we just couldn’t keep up anymore with great products like this available. For $5 per month you get 30GB of storage, email, Google Drive where you can […]

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Christmas Fashion Even Hipsters Aren’t Cool Enough For

We are currently in the day of the hipster. They are the twenty-something generation that is known to rock burly beards, tattoos and skinny jeans at the same time and somehow pull it off. Yes, many of them are graphic designers. They not only grow big beards but long handlebar mustaches as well. If you […]

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Science Has Made A Hoverboard By 2015!

Well, I guess you can believe everything you see in movies. Believe it or not, a legit hoverboard has now been invented. Introducing the Hendo Hoverboard, one of Time Magazine’s top 25 inventions of 2014. Not only does Time’s recognition add legitimimacy to the product, but Hendo also managed to film Tony Hawk riding one […]

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Online Security During the Shopping Season

The holiday shopping season is about to get into high gear. Black Friday is around the corner and Cyber Monday will soon follow. Many retailers have already started sales and shoppers are getting their lists in order to get the best deals they can. We all need to be careful about getting scammed but more-so […]

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A Lab’s Disturbing Effort to Recreate Us

At least their name isn’t Skynet. Hiroshi Ishiguro Laboratories, named after the founder, is dedicated to designing life-like robots that mimic human behavior. The Geminoid project, in particular, is aimed at constructing “life-model-decoys” (my own dorky comic book reverence) whose appearance closely resemble actual human beings. This resemblance is achieved by a 3D scanner. One […]

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Facebook, Oculus, and World Domination

Disturbing. This was my first thought at seeing this announcement. When Facebook bought Oculus for $2 billion in March, many speculated what their plans were for the gaming headset that creates a virtual reality. Brendan Iribe, CEO of Oculus, has just confirmed that they intend to create an alternate online universe, called a “Metaverse”. How […]

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The “Netflix” of Coffee Needs to Come to Kansas City

As you may know by now, I am a bit of a coffee freak. It’s a little sad really. Any free time I have usually involves getting a coffee or thinking about getting a coffee. When I discovered that a coffee version of Netflix was recently introduced in New York city, I actually gasped to […]

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