WordPress: Not Just for Bloggers Anymore

Posted: March 6th, 2015

2003 was a pretty great year for technology: the Human Genome Project was successfully completed, Apple launched iTunes, and WordPress was developed by Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little as an extension of b2 cafelog, “a classy news/weblog tool.” From its roots, WordPress was designed to be a blogger’s platform. Focusing on bloggers, that didn’t necessarily […]

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10 Best Health and Fitness Apps for iPhone and Android

Posted: April 29th, 2013

Mobile technology is finding its way into every aspect of our lives.  Say goodbye to guesstimating the impact of fitness activity and all those funky calorie-counting equations. Whether your cycling, running, sleeping, or exercising with a group, these fitness apps can help you track calories intake and create an exercise plans. We're all about technology […]

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Fitness and Health Apps

Is Print Media Dead, Dying, or Drifting?

Posted: December 12th, 2012

how to get a man to ca you back As technology evolves more and more quickly, we can only wonder if older media will soon go extinct. Some already believe “print is dead” while others feel that print just needs to evolve into something more. Social Driver’s Devon Hopkins had the opportunity to speak with J. […]

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20 Best Responsive Web Design Examples of 2012

Posted: July 10th, 2012

This is the third post in a series about Responsive Web Design, described in plain language from a front end designer. Ok, so we’ve discussed why responsive web design is an excellent solution for our websites. Then we dug a little deeper into how it actually works. Today we want to share our 20 favorite […]

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