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Putting the spotlight on Spotlight

I’ve come across more and more people lately who are unfamiliar with OS X’s Spotlight, so I figured I’d give a quick intro to to help them out. If you prefer using menus over keyboard shortcuts, you may not like it, but, then again, you just might surprise yourself. Being a heavy shortcut user I […]

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Somebody Likes You

I recently turned on email notifications for “Likes” for Left Right Designs, because I think it’s exciting when you’re small and in the growing stages, so it’s cool to see it progress. What’s nice is that Facebook encourages you to post an update. Why is this nice? It keeps content fresh and encourages interaction with […]

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Deceitful Search Engine Optimization

Search engine optimization is not something you do once after you’ve built your site. Rather, it’s a living, breathing concept that needs to be built-in to, not just the development process, but your entire creative workflow. You need to keep your site updated with regular content (regular is subjective and relative to the content you’re […]

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Netflix raises prices, consumers cry out and are suddenly silenced

I just happened over to Engadget and saw their post saying Netflix is jacking their instant streaming plus one DVD plan from $9.99 to $15.98 per month. This change is going in place immediately for new users, and September 1st for existing subscribers. The price increase reflects the price change of their streaming only and […]

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