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Augmented-reality maps by Microsoft

Tweet Microsoft have got some pretty neat stuff coming up…

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Before You Change Your Twitter Handle…

Tweet One of the great things about Twitter is the ability to change your username without losing your friends and mentions. The downside of this is that it frees up your old name. I recently saw someone change their name, only to have someone else take the old name and impersonate them. To keep this from happening follow this very …

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I Don’t Like The iPad Because…

Tweet John Batelle gives his reasons for why he doesn’t like the iPad.

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How to Deal with Angry Clients

Tweet So you got the project approved and you received the deposit. You’re excited about starting on this project, because the client is also excited. All through the project, the client emails you about how happy they are and how great you’re doing. So this is going to be a quick and painless job, right? That’s until you’ve finished….or believe …

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Digital Price Points

Tweet CNET has an interesting post about the price point of TV shows in Apple’s iTunes. What’s interesting is that they’re looking to drop the price per episode down to $0.99 from $1.99. It’s interesting to note how this type of content delivery impacts other media. For example, mp3 vs. CD’s, and now digital episodes vs. DVD. What really gets …

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Creative Minimal Logos

Tweet WebDesignLedger has a great collection of these, here’s my favorites:

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Changing Game of Word of Mouth

Tweet As I sat down at a local frozen custard joint, I pulled out my iPhone and went to the Gowalla app, ‘checked in’ and quickly let my friends know exactly which dessert I was enjoying. People do this every day on apps such as this (including the more popular Foursquare). It made me realize that apps like this are …

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Quote: No rules for success…

Tweet No rules for success will work if you don’t.

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Quote: Never argue with an idiot…

Tweet Never argue with an idiot. He’ll drag you down to his level, then beat you with experience.

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The Downfall of Hummer

Tweet GM announced today that it will be shutting down the Hummer brand. This is sad news for the brand, but it does raise a few questions of brand management, especially in light of the fact that Pontiac and Saturn are also being phased out. One thing that has always bugged me about car manufacturers is duplicating cars across different …

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