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September 12, 2012

Brands We Admire: New Belgium

Fort Collins, Colorado. Pull into a meticulously landscaped parking lot lined with custom cruiser bicycles. Behold a pointy, log-cabin style structure past the walkway. Step inside and stand at the foot of a giant, metallic slide connecting first and second floors. Out the back door, dig your toes into the sand of a recreational volleyball court and think…

… what is this place?

September 7, 2012

What Cats Can Teach Us About Conversion


I love cats (maybe not as much as this girl).

They're independent, smart, and clean -  and a source of endless hours of internet entertainment. But cats are also the worst. They whine for food that they don’t even eat, tear through the house like they're being chased by an ax murderer at 4am, and bring home piles of dead woodland creatures because they think we suck at hunting.

September 4, 2012

The 8 Key Characteristics of Craftsmanship

At over 85 years old, Jiro Ono is the oldest chef to ever be awarded a three star Michelin rating. His sushi restaurant — which is in a subway station — is also quite atypical compared to the rest of the world's culinary elite. But as anyone who has seen the recent documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi can tell you, it's no surprise that Jiro is widely recognized as the world's best sushi chef. He has devoted more time to sushi than many of us have been on the planet.

August 31, 2012

10 Things You Didn't Know about Labor Day

Labor Day became a federal holiday in 1894 and has been celebrated on the first Monday of September every year since. Today, we mostly recognize it as a day off of work and a time for beer, barbeques and football.

August 29, 2012

Inside the Project Manager Mind

We love our project managers, and just like the glimpse we gave into the Web Analyst's minds, we also wanted to give everyone a better idea of how project managers really view their surroundings.

August 22, 2012

The Magic of Positive Thinking

By 1991, Earvin “Magic” Johnson accomplished what most NBA players couldn’t fathom. Unfortunately, his legacy was in danger of being overshadowed by three letters: HIV. During the press conference where he announced his retirement, and what many saw as his death sentence, Magic made a comment that might have seemed like humor in the face of tragedy, “I plan to go on living a long time and bugging you like I always have.”

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