Posts Tagged ‘small biz’

Twitter Link Roundup #288 – Necessary Stuff For Small Business, Startups, and Designers!

Mike | September 25th, 2015

Jack Anderson was a student at Dodge College when he made this video for his student thesis project. Clearly talent and hard work went into the project and it paid off with awards from major festivals and competitions, including recognition as a finalist in the 2015 Student Academy Awards, a finalist in the 2015 Student BAFTA Film Awards, and […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #287 – Cool Stuff Small Business, Startups, and Designers!

Mike | September 18th, 2015

Glenn Keane has been a Disney animator for almost 40 years and no one can accuse him of lacking an experimental gene. He has consistently embraced new tools and new technology, and to wonderful effect. Here is Mr Keane, drawing  – in the traditional sense as well as the distinctly non-traditional. Enjoy watching him use virtual […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #286 – Ideas for Small Business, Startups, and Designers!

Mike | September 11th, 2015

A bicycle-riding robot? What other wonders could the world yet hold? Why if we can get a small machine to balance and adjust its center of gravity like this little fella, how long can it be until those flying cars finally go on the market? Well, I’m not holding my breath, but it does give me some […]

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From the Vault: Labor Day! TCB and TCP

Mike | September 4th, 2015

EDITOR’S NOTE: We originally published this post back in 2012. Next month crowdSPRING will move from a 60% remote work environment to around 90%! This means that the team will gather together on just one day per week, the rest of the time we will be working remote from our homes, hotel rooms, Starbucks, front porches, or […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #285 – Labor Day! Resources for Small Business, Startups, and Design!

Mike | September 4th, 2015

I know this guy. He’s a musician and a visual artist. His music is ethereal and dark and his motion design work is reflective of that. I actually know him pretty well, because he’s my son! So, shameless me – the video above is the work of Cody Samson – music, motion graphics, direction, and editing […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #284 – Late Summer Resources for Small Business, Startups, and Design!

Mike | August 28th, 2015

I guess I have a travel bug this month. Sad me, it’s August but there’s no time for vacation right now. I’ll have to continue from last week and fantasize about the places I would be visiting, oh if I only could. For instance, I do really like a good market in an exotic locale, […]

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From the Vault: Working Remote. Yeah. About That.

Mike | August 24th, 2015

EDITOR’S NOTE: We originally published this post back in 2012. Next month crowdSPRING will move from a 60% remote work environment to around 90%! This means that the team will gather together on just one day per week, the rest of the time we will be working remote from our homes, hotel rooms, Starbucks, front porches, or […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #283 – Old Fashioned Resources for Small Business, Startups, and Design!

Mike | August 21st, 2015

I don’t travel all the time, but when I do travel, I love visiting libraries – and you’d be surprised how many incredible collections are scattered across the world. And you’d be doubly surprised by the incredible buildings that house some of the great libraries of the world. Business Insider has put together what may be […]

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Lean Business: Why Comcast Stomps ADT’s Customer Service

Mike | August 17th, 2015

Customer service ain’t easy. It takes a combination of the right people, the right training, the right tools, and the right attitude. Lots of companies get this right, but most just don’t haver a clue. I had to make a couple of calls this morning to a couple of different service providers: Comcast (yikes, right?) and […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #282 – Profoundly Great Resources for Small Business, Startups, and Design!

Mike | August 14th, 2015

Our friends at the New York Times get to do stuff that, frankly, makes me jealous. For instance, the other night they got to go for a ride on the brand new carousel at Battery Park, in lower Manhattan. The $16 million dollar version of an old-school treat opens this week. The architects Claire Weisz […]

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