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I know what you're thinking right now.  

Let's face it. You probably spend at least a few minutes a day wishing my sassy, nearly nonsensical blog posts were nearby enough to access with the click of a single button. And let's not mince words here friend: a bookmark is just not enough. What if you want to stay on your current page while previewing the most recent BlueTone Media blog posts? What if you need to know the coolest features of our newest clients' websites NOW? What if you need to learn about affordable, 100% custom web design and you have no time to spare? What if you're bored on your lunch break and we're not already at the top of your news feed?! Fear not, little ones, for the day of the extension is at hand.

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Google Continues to Slowly Make "Paying for Things" Seem Obsolete

Watch out iTunes, Spotify, Last.fm, Pandora, 8Track, GrooveShark, and The Rest Of The Internet In General -- The Google Music Project is coming for you. The project, which Google hopes to be the end to a painful, unshakeable string of semi-questionable attempts at integrating into the social media realm , seems (in my personal opinion) to be their most potentially successful yet. The secret? Free stuff. A lot of free stuff. Free music, free storage space, free accounts, free unlimited playtime...Google Music provides the works. How can they supply this level of services to you, free of charge? Because they're Google. That's...


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Writing Site Content that Shows Benefit

For many entrepreneurs and business owners who want to showcase their product or company on the web, writing text for their website can be problematic. Often, the difficulty stems from the business owner's lack of understanding about how to articulate benefit for the end-user. That is, while the owner may understand completely why the product is good and why everyone needs it, writing about the benefit for the user can be difficult. This can be especially true if the product is an intangible, such as a service.

When I first started my business, a writing training company that designs and teaches customized...


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Adobe Announces It Will No Longer Support Flash for Mobile

Adobe, creators of the flagship Creative Suite collection of creative professional products such as Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and Final Cut, has unofficially announced that it will be ceasing further development of mobile Flash technology. In an email sent yesterday evening to Adobe partners, Adobe made clear its intentions to soon discontinue development on native Flash support for mobile platforms such as Android and the Blackberry OS.  This 180 reversal on Flash policy by Adobe coincides with their recent corporate restructuring, a move that resulted in the elimination of 750 positions in the company.

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For the last time, I said "VZ" on purpose.

You need to get off this vampire kick already.  I know it sounds like a Transylvanian-influenced "easy", and given how convenient the services are "Easy Home Repair" would be a fitting name for the organization, but that sounds denigrating to the skill and work ethic VZ Home Repair puts into their craft.  VZ Home Repair is pretty impressive after all...oh come on.  Put that wooden stake down.  Niiiice and easy.

Ok, whew. And no! I don't believe for a second that "the couch leg came just off", that is clearly a wooden stake.  You carved crosses in the side right there, now stop trying to stab me.  Although VZ Home Repair...

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