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Posted by MGA on December 21st, 2010
Happy holidays from the whole team at MGA! Here's hoping your holiday season is full of joy, and your New Year is prosperous. We hope you enjoy our bell-isimo tribute to the holidays (and keep watching for the blooper reel!).
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Posted by Jim on December 14th, 2010
Whether the sensationalized rhetoric of Internet romantics or a potent call-to-arms for a citizenry whose right to public Internet access is threatened, the subject of net neutrality engenders fierce debate.
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Posted by Jennifer on December 09th, 2010
Below is the second in a two-part series about writing blogs. You can read the first post here. Now it's time to get down to the business of finding ideas and writing about them in an engaging way. This doesn't have to be hard. Really. Here are a few tips:
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Posted by Jennifer on December 08th, 2010
Below is the first in a two-part series about writing blogs. In reflecting on the topic, Jennifer commented, "Writing about writing is anxiety-provoking. It's impossible to give others advice without wondering what mistakes or bad prose you is inflicting on others."
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Posted by Kip on December 02nd, 2010
What college or high school student shows up on a warm autumn Sunday, pays the equivalent of a concert ticket but instead meets with kindred spirits to tackle genocide and promote stability in the world?
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Posted by Doug on December 01st, 2010
Yes, I admit it. I like facts and figures. I always have. Sure, many may view the facts I know as trivia, and in some cases they are, but the search for facts is what drives the client research I do. Knowing the facts can lead to insights that might otherwise not have been uncovered.
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