How to Contract a Website Without Getting Ripped Off

27 06 2011
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Contracting people to do website work can be stressful and its not that easy. It’s hard to know if you are getting ripped off, and its also just as hard to know if you are paying a good enough price that you are going to get quality work. Also, did you know there is a difference between a web designer vs. a web developer? Not to worry, Marianne Carlson is here to help us out.

Marianne Carlson is President of Emcie Media, a Web Design and Internet Marketing firm based in central Florida. Her book, Websites for Small Business, expresses her interest in helping entrepreneurs get the websites they need without getting ripped off. As a consultant and public speaker, Marianne shares her good advice in plain English with Small Business owners across America.

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Shaking Up the Food Chain – A Revolutionary Point of Sale Stirs Up the Industry

20 06 2011

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Corey Fiala Corey Fiala is a problem solver and innovative programmer with POSLavu. After years of developing creative solutions such as interactive museum displays and online reservation applications, Fiala ventured into App development. Corey is a Co-Founder of POSLavu. Travis Kellerman Coming from the political and policy arenas, Kellerman has an interesting skill set to offer to the POSLavu team. Years of making split-second judgment calls, carefully choosing alliances, and building political campaigns from the ground up make him an asset to this rapidly expanding company.

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Mobile Technology in the Kitchen

11 06 2011

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iPad as Writing Device

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How about a story on bringing technology to the kitchen? Specifically, how mobile devices are changing the way we learn about, source, and make food. Well this week we have Tom Crawford here with us to talk broadly about the “eat local” movements (and related websites/app), the rebirth of home delivery, and of course the way mobile has changed life in the kitchen. Other topics include topic of RFID or NFC in the kitchen for tracking inventory, brainstorming recipes, and avoiding spoilage.

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Stadium Technology

5 06 2011

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(Old) Yankee Stadium

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Join us this week as we discuss with Mark Stross and his vision for the future of stadium technology. Some of the topics will include integrating various technologies together to increase revenue opportunities, creating direct fan interaction, and increasing overall event entertainment.

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