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Napping can Dramatically Increase Learning, Memory, Awareness, and More

In some places, towns essentially shut down in the afternoon while everyone goes home for a siesta. Unfortunately, in the U.S.—more bound to our corporate lifestyles than our health—a mid-day nap is seen as a luxury and, in some cases, a sign of pure laziness. But before you feel guilty about that weekend snooze or […]

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Let It Go: Say Farewell To These 5 Web Design Trends

Trends come and go, especially in the fast-paced world of web design. Yet sometimes we hold onto old trends for too long when we should really be letting go and moving on. As read on Forbes. As technology evolves, it’s easy to fall into the trap of repeating old patterns. The web design industry is […]

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New Web Design Office! Rancho Cucamonga, here we are!

We are excited to announce or new expansion in the Inland Empire area. We are sharing office space with JAG 35 in the Arrow Business Park, a group of fellow creative masters who specialize in manufacturing camera adapters. Our new office enables us to offer convenient and professional meeting facilities in a friendly environment for […]

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The Secret Messages Inside Chinese URLs

An American friend living in Beijing once said she refused to communicate with anyone whose email address consisted of a string of numbers, such as 62718298454@163.com. This made sense to me at the time—why make email addresses as difficult to remember as phone numbers? But I soon realized that issuing a blanket ban on number-based […]

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Checking In With Foursquare, SMB Style

We’re not just checking in to hotels anymore. In fact, now, no matter where you are, you can “check in” and let your friends know what you’re up to. Foursquare describes itself as the “app that helps you and your friends make the most of where you are,” and is used by 30 million people […]

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Building A Successful Product: Start Small And Listen

Developing a product is one thing, bringing it to market is another. In this article, Rachel explains how to start with a new product, develop and support it over time. Interested in learning more? Rachel will be hosting a full-day Smashing workshop on “Shipping Your Product” in Berlin, and she has contributed a chapter on […]

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How WordPress Took the CMS Crown from Drupal and Joomla

According to W3Techs, almost 55% of the 1 million most visited websites that run on a content management system (CMS) are run on WordPres. WordPress is a darn fine CMS and is stable and easy to use, but so are Joomla and Drupal. So, why does WordPress have the lion’s share of the top 1 […]

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The Death of the Internet

Former Comcast and Verizon attorneys now manage the FCC and are about to kill the internet. Article posted as read on Vice. The open Internet may soon become a thing of the past. Earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal dropped something of a bombshell with leaked news that the Federal Communications Commission is planning […]

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The best ads of 2014 you haven’t seen – Part 1

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Citrus logo brings back a fragrant memory in Upland

Like a faint memory struggling to the surface, a faded Sunkist logo reappeared during demolition of a century-old packing house in Upland. By David Allen, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin The packing house is coming down to make way for 42 single-family homes. When a wooden exterior wall was torn down on Monday, an older brick […]

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