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Tropicana Brings the Sun to Inuvik, Canada

Tropicana did a very cool marketing campaign recently when they brought the sun to a Inuvik, Canada. The town is normally blanketed in darkness throughout the winter. Tropicana decided to bring some light to into their lives with a 100,000 lumen balloon that was raised above the town - check out the commercial of it below:

Very cool!



What Are People Really Buying Online?

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Becareful Where You Foursquare!

Although can be fun, it's important to be aware of it's potential risks... play it smart! My fiance turned me to this humorous site that made me realize the dangers of foursquare (and other location based services)

Please Rob Me is a site that aims to help people become more aware of the risks of location based services by showing when users leave their home. That's right, people can easily figure out of you are not home!

For example, "Tyson just left home, @ work now!" Ahh time to rob Tyson since he isn't home. Thanks for the heads up! Certainly anyone who knows you well probably knows your normal schedule anyhow, but this definitely makes it easier to find out when you aren't home.

So, if you are going to play, play it smart! Do not even include your home as a location, as that makes it even easier to find you, especially because it will display your house's location on a map for anyone to see... "12345 W. Holycow Empty House Lane. FreetoRobville, CA 90210"



Support Details

It's the same old story. We get a call from a client letting us know there is a problem with one of their web sites, without much detail beyond that. Then we go through the standard list of questions about their computing environment so we can compare that against our own QA environments as we try to troubleshoot and resolve the problem. Our friends down the street at Imulus have a great solution for precisely these situations. Support Details is a handy web based tool that collects all your basic system and browser information then allows you to create a CSV, PDF, or send an email of those details. Check it out.

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