Monthly Archives: August 2011
Could webOS be HP’s “New Coke”?
I have zero marketing experience and this is just me thinking (typing?) out loud. What if HP saw the lackluster success of the Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Blackberry Playbook, and their own HP webOS Tablet in comparison to Apple’s iPad runaway success and saw a brilliant but unorthodox opportunity. Weathering the storm with the […]
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How custom Outlook calendar forms can cause numerous headaches
We recently migrated from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010. Minus a few configuration issues the migration was without any major issues. But a within a few months of the final mailbox move a few of our Mac users running Outlook 2011 started getting errors when accepting meeting invites. If they replied with either an acceptance, […]
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Google to Motorola, these ARE the droids we’re looking for!
A few small observations and questions in the wake of Google’s announcement to acquire Motorola’s Mobility division: Each major mobile OS now has its own dedicated hardware manufacturer. This purchase gives Google a huge influx of patents. Are they hoping this new patent cache would scare off any new copyright lawsuits against Android? Why […]
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How come certain fonts show up fine in OSX but not in Windows?
Our company recently decided on a font called Sketch Block to use for all our client presentations. The font was an available as an OpenType from www.fontspring.com and TrueType from www.myfonts.com. Both versions contained a Bold and Lite version of the font. Our Creative Director prefers OpenType fonts so we decided to purchase a few […]
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