RCG Technology Overload – Can I Get A Smaller Brain, Please?

Technology Overload – Can I Get A Smaller Brain, Please?

Posted on Mar/26/2012 by
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I felt that it was time to get a little philosophical again, and talk about some of the effects that technology has on the human condition (please, try to contain the utter joy about to burst forth). More than anything, I like to do this to keep myself in check. I deal with all kinds...

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RCG Ecommerce Shop Site – High Ratings

Posted on Mar/23/2012 by
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Josh Mackens of Tutelary Marketing has been helping our RCG Shop site manager Jeremy Dixon with SEO development, SEO implementation, website consulting, conversion consulting, click through consulting, & graphic design the past month.  Has this advice paid off? You bet is has.  Jeremy states, “Without him I do not see the site being nearly what it...

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The NEW iPad… Need We Say More?

Posted on Mar/19/2012 by
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Last week Apple unveiled the newest weapon in their war for mobile domination: The New iPad. Not iPad3, not iPad2s… The New iPad. Why put a number on it when you pretty much own the Tablet market? If you were just getting settled in with that pretty awesome iPad 2 (which I was) guess what?...

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Google Puts Their Spin on Android Market with Google Play Rename

Posted on Mar/12/2012 by
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For all you Android users out there, you probably noticed a subtle change over the past few days. The “little green bag” icon representing the Android Market application suddenly took on a new look and name. The Android Market is now called Google Play, indicating that this is Google’s database for mobile apps, music, movies,...

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Alas, Poor Nextel, I Knew Thee Well…

Posted on Mar/07/2012 by
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For several years now, the Nextel cellular network has helped several businesses with communications, especially those industries in field work and service such as construction, landscaping, hospitality, etc. Not only has it helped businesses, but also government workers and emergency responders as well. Now for the tech savvy data-nut who needs emails updated every 3...

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