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The Technology Powering the Fantasy Football Machine

The Technology Powering the Fantasy Football Machine

Fantasy football is big business. The New York Post reports 75 million people will participate in 2016 and it’s a number that continues to ris

Tips to Write a Press Release

Tips to Write a Press Release

Startups need press coverage. There are so many examples of how one good exposure in the media has sparked a viral story across the internet. It sounds easy, but a lot of legwork goes on in the background to make this happen.

How 3D Modeling Changed Online Gaming

How 3D Modeling Changed Online Gaming

When video games were created in 1952, A.S. Douglas programmed a code that we now know as the first video game. He was writing a paper for his PhD at

The Balkanization of the Internet Could Hurt the Online Economy

The Balkanization of the Internet Could Hurt the Online Economy

The fragmentation of the internet may limit cybercrime but it will also harm the business of web hosting companies and other web services providers. &

How Display Advertising Can Aid a Political Campaign

In the eyes of a voter, political campaigns are rarely seen as advertising or marketing campaigns. Yet, that is exactly what they are.   Today, b

Beginning a Startup in the Unknown

Have you ever been hanging out with a friend, talking about things, when suddenly an exciting idea pops up in the conversation?   It can be a bus

The Best Accounting Systems for Startups

Most of us understand how points are scored in football. Six points are earned when the ball is brought safely into the end zone, three points are ear

The Evolution of BYOD

It seems to be everywhere. Even if you aren’t aware of its meaning, the chances are good that you are at least familiar with the acronym: BYOD.

The Growing Silicon Prairie.

I’m a Jersey boy who spent both college and the bulk of my career in New York City, yet I’m writing this post from my office in downtown Lincoln,