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Date: 2011-12-08
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Inside the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University
Whether youre an aspiring game developer or a career digital artist, a look inside the distinguished Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University will show you what technology is out there and whats on the horizon.

Yes or No on NoSQL?
The rise of multiple NoSQL database technologies has database gurus scratching their heads about the suitability of NoSQL solutions for enterprise.

DMO Launches All New Blog Zone!
The Free Blogging Community, designed by professionals for professionals!
DMO (Digital Media Online) has officially launched the all new Blog Zone blog portal (, the latest member of the DMO (Digital Media Net) portfolio of publications serving the digital media content creation market. Now utilizing the latest Wordpress blogging technology and offering hundreds of free blog themes, it is the perfect place for your Portfolio, Demo Reel, or Technology site!

Content Insider #207 - Socially Yours
Social Media Isn't About Winning ... It's More Important Than That
Now that all the social media companies are either public or getting ready to go public we can tell you the media was formed to help folks sell stuff, make money! Yes we've heard some social media experts say it isn't about money but gee it's sorta, kinda important. Sure there's more like better, faster customer service, customer support. But that's just to: a) keep the product/service sold and b) make the customer happy so he/she will suggest friends, neighbors, others also buy the product/service.

The Green Attitude
Small Companies Can Make a Big Difference in Tomorrow
Delivering quality PC/CE products to customers and U.S.-based support shouldn't take priority over "little" things like selling power back to the utility, giving employees refreshing water without plastic bottle waste, reducing garbage/trash pick-up to once every 10 months. The only size that matters is management's commitment.


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