As Internet connection speeds have steadily improved, and as Internet video has emerged as a viable entertainment medium, technology and entertainment observers have written thousands of pages about the impending death of the Cable Television industry. What is the industry itself doing to prepare for that change? Surprisingly little, and here’s why.
If you’re like me, buying a car is only the first step in owning a car. While the salesman is ranting on about this feature and that benefit (I know, I know, it’s his job) I’m looking around planning the custom work I’m going to do. There are rims and window tinting, and of course a good sealant (see http://www.cenano.net/automotive-application/ for my favorite). But what’s the first and most important change that I – and many, many others like me – will make when we drive our new ride off the lot?
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It’s pretty rare for a sports car to bring mainstream excitement the way that the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray has brought to the automotive world this year. As Digital Trends puts it, it’s “The ‘Vette Chevy should have built a decade ago.”
In an age dominated by touch screens, handheld all-in-one devices that can do everything from locate a restaurant, make a reservation, call a cab to take you there, and provide suggestions on what to wear while inviting an elite group of friends to come and join you, an age where the cellular phone is actually the digital phone, there are still those items that make everyone’s inner Luddite breathe a little sigh of relief, objects that still hold some resemblance to familiar objects of our past, even if they serve a new purpose in the digital age.
1. Know thy customer
Every business is looking for ways to improve sales. One proven way to get more attention from customers is to incorporate videos into the marketing plan. Promotional videos are worth the investment if they are made and marketed correctly. Here are some surefire ways to create a killer video for a product or business:
Sometimes creating a workspace can seem like an overwhelming job, as each facet of the work needs to be addressed, laid out in steps, and then worked into production. However, good planning makes good business, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics Business Register. Some people look at the sheer amount of things to complete and are not sure where to begin, while others are shocked into procrastination. To get you started with creating your workspace, here are eight things to know about creating a schematic for your workspace. Continue reading Eight Things to Know About Creating a Schematic for Your Workspace
As the highly anticipated International CES, also known as Consumer Electronics Show, kicked off this week for 2013 in Las Vegas, there has been many newly introduced gadgets we are all looking forward to getting our hands on and trying, which includes the one unveiled by Disney that the whole family will enjoy.