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Let the biking season begin!  Our unseasonably early spring allowed Fairbikes to roll out their bike sharing program early this year.  They kicked things off with #FairbikesFirstFriday, a celebration of biking mixed with an artistic flair.  We interviewed John Stowman and Jennifer Eskridge about the program.

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The Silver Lining of Taxes

Last week I paid taxes for the first time in 12 years.  Honestly, I had mixed feelings about this as a business owner. Sure the upside is my tax money, in theory, funds utilitarian projects like roads, schools, and social programs.  The downside is handing over a chunk of money[…]

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Do These Insights Reflect Reality?

Discuss the merit of a campaign with a marketer and it won’t be too long before the jargon hits the conversation stream.  Terms like ‘quantitative‘ and ‘qualitative data‘ are thrown around like scientists analyzing a white board with a couple ‘demographics‘ and ‘A/B testing‘ mentions to clarify that this is[…]

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What Feeds Your Soul?

I’m addicted to TED Talks.  I revealed this a few years back during KUAC‘s annual fund drive pitching–you guessed it– the TED Radio Hour.  The addiction is so real I once threatened to stop cooking Thanksgiving Dinner if they changed my streaming playlist to football.  No joke. Thankfully, I am[…]

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Last Year As A Pre-Teen

Pagesculptor Studio’s 12th Birthday caught me off guard. I had worked all day in the studio when an alert popped up on my screen around 4pm: Congratulations! Pagesculptor Studios is 12-years-old. I stared at the screen blurry eyed. This year had been so amazing, and the company had grown in[…]

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