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Me, Gigi Hadid, and your radical retirement

Me, Gigi Hadid, and your radical retirement

I'm pleased to be part of another issue of Collective Hub magazine! This time in their January 2018 Productivity issue with Gigi Hadid as cover model, in an article about building a business to sell. Previously I was featured in the magazine in an article about handicap accessible websites.

You can read the article, "Way Out," by downloading this pdf. It's written by Collective Hub's Editor, Amy Molloy.

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War Room in action

Here's a peek at our War Room - where we brainstorm and experience a higher plane of consciousness.

Glerin's war room in action

Our brainstorming sessions require not only intense thought, but also a relaxed atmosphere that's conducive to the flow of creative thinking.  Devoid of furniture to avoid clutter and because we think better on our feet, we drag in bean bag chairs, stools, and a futon when we do want to sit. The dry erase walls are great for capturing extemporaneous thoughts, and provide a way for ideas to marinate as we pass through the room later (on our way to the kitchen, of course).

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Mobile apps vs. mobile sites

We've found that there's a lot of confusion about the difference between mobile apps and mobile websites, even amongst many so-called developers - believe it or not! The difference is very simple. A mobile app runs natively on your mobile device and must be installed on the device; many can be used regardless of whether you have an internet connection. A mobile website is a version of your website that is stripped down to make it faster to load on a mobile device and easier to read and navigate on the small screen. Usually there are less graphics and extraneous information on mobile sites, but you should always include the option for mobile visitors to choose to view the full site.

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Site Maintenance, or how to avoid losing your data - and your mind

We all know we need to keep our websites backed up, but let's be honest: how many of you actually follow through and keep a current backup?  And I don't mean just files; you need to backup your database also.  Good intentions don't count when your site has been hacked or your server explodes.  We can take the pain out of backing up your site, but you need to set it up now - not after your data has been lost.

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