Erik's avatar

Markdown – HTML, simpler.

Markdown – HTML, simpler.

In 2004 John Gruber and Aaron Swartz sought to simplify HTML authoring for the masses by giving users the ability “to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, and optionally convert it to structurally valid XHTML (or HTML).”

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Kelly Tucker's avatar

Wanted: Proofreader

Wanted: Proofreader

In this series, I present to you some of the most epic fails in advertising. They will make you cringe, laugh out loud, and hug your proofreader a little tighter at the end of the day.

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asnyder's avatar

Marketing Buzzword Mad Libs

Marketing Buzzword Mad Libs

Every industry has them. Those things that seep into meeting conversations like termites in your home. There’s really no avoiding them and scientists still haven’t found a cure. They’re those too-many-syllable, ultra-ambiguous, professorial-sounding BUZZWORDS!

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Andy Brownell's avatar

A Few Thoughts on Documenting Your Company History

A Few Thoughts on Documenting Your Company History

Digital technology and social platforms give us a chance to document things that may not last as long as the Dead Sea Scrolls, but it may linger long enough to influence the choices we make—or better yet, the choices people ahead of us will make.

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Angie Fischer's avatar

Curious Car Wash

Curious Car Wash

Director of Client Services Angie Fischer discusses simple but critical customer relations lessons from Cincinnati's Rainbow Car Wash.

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Copy & Paste

Copy & Paste

Hey everybody! Are you living life? Great! Are you doing it because some company told you to? Because there are a lot of them doing it. A whole lot. Here's a blog post inviting you to continue to exist.

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April Martini's avatar

The Life of an OCD Account Supervisor

The Life of an OCD Account Supervisor

Account Supervisor April Martini shares her borderline obsessive color-coding task management system, why it works for her and why it's ill-advised for her coworkers to interfere with that system.

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