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Makeup and Beauty Products That Are Completely Worth the Splurge!

Save money, or buy aaallll the makeup? That is a question I ask myself probably way too often. When you follow as many beauty blogs and watch as many YouTube videos as I do, it’s hard to not have a giant makeup wishlist! In fact, I have...Show More Summary

Meet a Lean Blog Sponsor: Creative Safety Supply; Their “Gemba” Infographic

Thanks to the team at Creative Safety Supply for their sponsorship of LeanBlog.org. They’ve been running ads in the right sidebar since 2013. They’re a great fit for this blog because of their products that support safety and visual methods, two important aspects of Lean. Their current ads are for Lean Posters and for a 5S […]

Six Seconds? 30 Seconds? Try 140 Seconds for Twitter, Vine Videos

Does 140 seconds of video trump 140 characters? Twitter is encouraging its users to find out. Head of product development for creators Jeremy Rishel announced in a blog post that Twitter extended the time limit on videos in tweets to 140 seconds from 30 seconds. Twitter is also experimenting with a huge change to its Vine video application, expanding the time limit for...

What’s new for designers, June 2016

In this month’s edition of what’s new for designers and developers, we’ve included new apps, JavaScript libraries, mobile dev tools, graphic design apps, blogging platforms, CSS frameworks, color resources, productivity tools, and much more. And as always, we’ve also included some awesome new free fonts! Almost everything on the list this month is free, with […]

2x Your Blog Writing Productivity and Reduce Your Stress by Single-Tasking

By ProBlogger Productivity Expert Nicole Avery. As bloggers we spend much of our work time online as that is where our home base is, but a key drawback to being online is that there is so many distractions so close at hand. Combine this...Show More Summary

Japan: A Future Of Stagnation

Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, Take a declining population with declining rates of productivity growth and load it up with debt, and you get a triple-whammy recipe for permanent stagnation. One of our longtime friends in Japan just sold the family business. Show More Summary

Lenovo Tech World 2016 Keynote Live Blog!

Lenovo and Moto(rola) will take the stage today during the Lenovo Tech World to unwrap at least a handful of new products. We have Tim on hand for the keynote and after-keynote coverage, so expect all the hands-on throughout the day of everything that is announced. As for what we can expect, well, Lenovo is […] Lenovo Tech World 2016 Keynote Live Blog! is a post from: Droid Life

Microsoft details updated Edge enterprise management policies in Windows 10 Anniversary Update

In a blog post Microsoft has detailed the new policies enterprise users can expect in Microsoft Edge to help manage their users and ensure their corporate network is safe and productive. The Anniversary Update will bring the following new Group Policy settings, which on desktop are now is available in both the User and Machine policy […]

Most Forgotten App Development Best Practice

On April 19, Dialogic’s Alan Percy hosted a webinar on “Application Development Best Practices.” To listen to the webinar, please click here. While I was listening to that webinar, I had my Product Management hat on. In my blogs, I typically write about what’s going on in the market, but today will be different. Show More Summary

O’Connor Brewing Brigantine Barleywine

The post, O’Connor Brewing Brigantine Barleywine, first appeared on The Barley Blog. I’ve been becoming a fan of O’Connor’s products and particularly their Steel Battalion series of releases over the past couple of years. […] The post, O’Connor Brewing Brigantine Barleywine, first appeared on The Barley Blog.

Google rated its own website 'poor' in a speed test it built (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google has launched a new tool to show how fast and mobile-friendly a website is, and it doesn't seem to be a huge fan of Google's own products. Google debuted the tool on its Small Business blog, in a post that explains the virtuesShow More Summary

MATTE SHOT: THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY MATTE ART: Part Two. Another photo-intensive post at th…

MATTE SHOT: THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY MATTE ART: Part Two. Another photo-intensive post at the brilliant Matte Shot blog; many of these ‘60s and ‘70s-era films are far from Disney’s best product, but scrolling through the post gives some idea of just how much work went into even their B-movies, in an era when […]

Blog: 'I'm not addicted. I'm connected!'

Products that successfully meet our need to connect with other humans are enjoying huge success, but the game industry has failed to adapt to this golden opportunity....

Making Landing Pages Work for You With Multivariate Testing

This is a guest contribution from Mahesh Dabade ofTechLila. Now that products and services have taken up marketing on blogs and websites to a whole new level, you would be familiar with Landing Pages. Landing pages are specially-designed and set up pages for particular products, services or events. Show More Summary

QA: Quality Assurance

Blog Article/Post Caveat (Read First Please: Click the Link) In many of my professions over the years we always, always, had a QA group whose sole purpose was to ensure the quality of the product and service we provided. I suggest that...Show More Summary

TeradataVoice: Are You Ready For Analytics of Things?

In an earlier blog post, “AoT Basics: Defining Analytics of Things”, I addressed today’s landscape of increasingly sophisticated, connected products—and the subsequent need to understand the role of AoT, and how leveraging new analytics capabilities can benefit companies. Next comes the hard question: Is your company ready for AoT? According to [...]

Teaching with Primary Sources: Religious Freedom and U.S.-Vietnamese Relations

Lauren TurekIn her two most recent posts for this blog, Emily Suzanne Clark spurred vigorous and productive discussions about teaching with primary sources. [1] Much like Emily, I assign many primary sources in my classes, as I agree with her that they "illuminate conflict and show moments of creative tension in American history. Show More Summary

O’Connor Shipwreck Bay Nelson Sauvin Saison

The post, O’Connor Shipwreck Bay Nelson Sauvin Saison, first appeared on The Barley Blog. I’ve been liking what O’Connor Brewing has been producing lately. Their products have been solid and flavorful, often times pushing the envelope […] The post, O’Connor Shipwreck Bay Nelson Sauvin Saison, first appeared on The Barley Blog.

#TBT: Toyota Helps Another Food Bank

Back in 2013, I blogged about Toyota helping the NYC Food Bank… not helping as in giving money, but helping as in sharing their expertise with the Toyota Production System. My post: Video: Toyota Helps a NYC Food Bank & Hurricane Sandy Victims There was another post from 2010 where Toyota helped a food bank serve […]

PB118: How to Find Time to Create Your Blog’s First Product

Note: this episode can be listened to in the player above or on iTunes or Stitcher Seven Ways to Find Time to Create Your Blog’s First Product Today I am talking about the topic of juggling priorities and finding time to do the work we need to get done. In our last newsletter, I asked two simple questions. Show More Summary

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