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dm Design on Pokin’ Holes Episode 7

Friday, June 26th, 2009
Yesterday, the DART Boston group recorded its weekly podcast, Pokin’ Holes, where they have three expert panelists discuss a business and provide that business feedback and tips to improve their strategy. This week, the guest company was dm Design, a web marketing and design firm based out of Plainville, MA. In essence, dm Design is a group of freelancers with skills in web marketing, web design and development, print design, and 3D modeling. Read the full post

Networking for a Cause Boston Wrap

Friday, June 12th, 2009

Last night we attended the Networking for a Cause Boston event (OK, I was the only The 42nd Estate member in attendance), which proved to be a big hit.

Met a bunch of smart, passionate people. Won a free book! And got …

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Swagger Paris hits Boston on the Dart

Thursday, June 11th, 2009
After talking to each other, Sian and Cort realized they could both help each other. Cort needed a young entrepreneur to help on this week’s Pokin’ Holes show and Sian (like near any entrepreneur) loves getting help from experts. So, this week, Sian-Pierre will be the guest entrepreneur for Dart’s Pokin’ Holes podcast, where he’ll receive help from three experts for his Swagger Paris site. Read the full post

Facebook to Launch Usernames

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009
Huge news out of Facebook yesterday. On Saturday June 13th at 12:01 AM, Facebook will allow users to choose a username. It will be on a first come, first serve basis so if you have a common name, it’d be wise to stay in Friday night (or connect via your web phone) and get your name picked the first chance you get. Even though my name is fairly rare (Adam Pieniazek), I’ll still be on Facebook right after midnight to ensure I scoop up a username with my full name. Read the full post

Social Media is not New

Friday, June 5th, 2009

The web has been social since day one.

As it took form, the internet attempted to connect information and people. As it developed, it began to take on the form of its own society. Once the World Wide Web arrived, there was …

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