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Gearing Up for the Consumer Electronics Show

The holidays are just a memory now. After the five-minute water cooler conversation about the break, I took a quick look at my schedule for today to see how many meetings I have in the next few days about the Consumer Electronics Show, which starts January 8th. I had a conversation with a friend of…

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SeagateCreative Interviews Crown Plaza & Maston

Nima Kazerouni aka the face and voice behind LA-based projects, Crown Plaza and So Many Wizards, has joined forces with two other local Eastside mainstays, Ryder Bach (of Body Parts) and Frank Maston (of Maston) to celebrate the holiday season and give back with pair of new tracks.…

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Nintendo Wins…or Do They?

Tis the season to be a gamer, fa-la-la-la-la, well, you know the rest. Video games make great presents this time of year. While they aren’t “cheap”, thanks to the Nintendo Wii U™ or Kinect for Xbox 360™, they make for great family entertainment. There’s someone special in my life…

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Is Blackberry Still Relevant?

A few years back, the Blackberry was the smartphone of choice for business professionals and the tech savvy alike.  It was a dominating device that quickly stole the throne from the Palm PDA, the original Motorola Razr and several other devices. Then came Apple’s iPhone. Then came…

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Android vs. Apple – Not Exactly the “Thrilla in Manila”

According to this Bloomberg article, Android is winning the market share war against Apple. Recent stats are showing that Android captured 72% of the worldwide market share in the mobile space while Apple took only 14%. (Seems no one is concerned about Blackberry or Windows.) What Google is citing…

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Is Photography Dead?

This is a fascinating question given the evolution of photography over the years. Popular photo apps like Instagram, Camera+, and Vignette have made it easy for everyone to take a beautiful picture that can be shared anywhere. Photography has been around for over one hundred seventy-five years and…

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My Favorite Smartphone Apps

I went to the theater to see Skyfall again recently and was reminded how “low tech” the film really was.  Historically James Bond has always has always had some interesting toys to play with on his adventures from jet packs to mini-copters to magnet watches. My theory is that not only is this a…

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It’s the End of the Year As We Know It

If there is one thing I’ve never cared for it’s the “end of the year” recaps that seem to permeate the media as we draw closer to New Years. We get a slew of best of lists for music, movies, games, fashion, toys, television shows, smartphone apps, Facebook status, Twitter photos and…

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Data Storage is on My Mind – What About You?

So it’s probably a bit of a loaded statement to say that data storage is top of mind because of the nature of my business. Maybe if I had gone to clown school like I had originally planned, things would be a little different. As we draw closer to the end of the year, I’m [...]

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SeagateCreative Interviews Santah Lead Singer, Stanton McConnell

Based out of Chicago, indie band Santah is quickly becoming known for what they’ve categorized as a “blurry-eyed, dark doo-wop, rock ‘n roll” sound.  SeagateCreative had a chance to chat with singer/songwriter Stanton McConnell to talk about music, creativity and Theory and Function of the…

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