Monthly Archives: March 2014

Entrepreneurship: A Dream or a Myth

The dream of business ownership captures the imagination of aspiring entrepreneurs of every generation, who envision a journey of self-reliance, independence, personal fulfillment and a future limited only by ones will and effort. While most embark on the mission with great anticipation of success, most also underestimate the required measure of challenge, finance and individual […]

 

You Can’t Always Read the Label from Inside of the Bottle

With every company becoming its own best producer of content ranging from Tweets and blogs to ads and billboards, the ability to deliver error-free copy is critical to maintaining a brands reputation, and while only a few readers might catch a grammatical blunder on a corporate advertisement, major errors in ads, corporate websites and point […]

Letting the Genie Out of the Bottle Too Soon?

When a Portland, Oregon, engineer’s 13-year-old daughter asked if it was possible to build a one-wheeled motorcycle she saw in a video game, Chris Hoffmann decided that yes – he probably could. Further research revealed earlier attempts, such as a wild sit-inside-the-wheel contraption from the 1940s. With recent technological advances and cost reductions, leveraged from […]

Social Media, Are We Really Connecting?

It is difficult to remember a time when or place in everyday life wasn’t impacted by the tools of the digital revolution, a time when a conversation with distant loved ones did not include vehicles like Facebook, Twitter or Email to name only a few. Those who adapted to social media as it grew and […]