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Reader's Corner No. 47: Key Reinstallation Attacks, Uncertainty in Project Management, and The Right Way to Select Technology

October 16, 2017

It's officially State Fair time in North Carolina, which means enjoying tasty food in the 70 degree fall weather we are having. We're still managing to get plenty done in the office. This week we're sharing a few articles we've read about key reinstallation attacks, handling uncertainty in project management, and the right way to select technology.


Reader's Corner No. 45: Graphic Designs That Matter, Punching Sonic 3D, Untitled Sans and Serif, and VUCA

October 2, 2017

We are welcoming Fall over here with open arms, and opening the doors and windows in the office. We are still working hard though, and have some fun and interesting articles to share this week. Take a look at a sampling of graphic designs throughout history that matter, why punching Sonic 3D triggers a secret level select, a font design exploration of Untitled Sans and Serif, and VUCA vs SCSC.


Reader's Corner No. 44: Game of Thrones Season 7 Character Ranking, Moving WordPress Website to HTTPS, and the V for Wikipedia App

September 25, 2017

We try to bring all you readers a variety of topics each week, and this edition is no different as we cover the political science ranking of characters in Game of Throne's Season 7, whether you should consider moving your WordPress website to HTTPS, and the V for Wikipedia app.


Reader's Corner No. 43: iPhone X and the Future of Design, The Perfect 404 Page, and Quest for Tetris Processor

September 18, 2017

If you missed it, the new iPhone X was revealed recently and it's causing quite a stir. This week we talk about the future of mobile design, as well as creating the perfect 404 page and the quest for Tetris processor.


Reader's Corner No. 41: Stars Losing Their Voice, Maintaining a Project Portfolio, and Software Development 450 Words Per Minute

September 5, 2017

We hope you had a fun and safe Labor Day, and enjoyed the long weekend! This week we are addressing stars losing their voice, maintaining a project portfolio, and software development 450 words per minutes.


Reader's Corner No. 40: Punctuation, 5 Types of Animation, and Branch Prediction in CPU's

August 28, 2017

We have hopefully had our last day of 90 degree weather for the year, and are looking forward to Fall. We have a few topics to share with you this week: the importance and history of punctuation, the 5 types of animation, and branch prediction in CPU's in the 90s.


Updates: July '17

August 24, 2017

Welcome to vacation season in North Carolina! We're taking turns getting out of the office and enjoying scenic North Carolina, or leaving the state (or even the country!) to beat the heat. While some of us wander the globe, the rest of us are still working hard. Whether sharpening our skills, getting the word out at a conference, or enjoying a cooling treat at Goodberry's, we're keeping summer fresh.


Reader's Corner No. 39: Communication Breakdowns, The Manifest Podcast, and Color Accessibility Workflows

August 21, 2017

Though probably not as exciting as the eclipse, we have some articles to share with you this week! We are covering communication breakdowns, The Manifest podcast all about package managers, and color accessibility workflows.


Reader's Corner No.38: Federal Court Rulings on Social Media Blocking, the World 10 Years Ago, the Future of Photography, and Part 4 of 5 on Managing Multiple Projects

August 7, 2017

This week we are sharing about unprecedented Supreme Court rulings regarding social media, the world 10 years ago, the future of photography and distribution for artists, and continuing with part 4 of 5 on managing multiple projects.


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