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Spook-tacular Fun: Dogs and Halloween – A Howling Good Time!

Halloween is a time for all things spooky and fun, and there’s no reason why your furry friend can’t join in on the festivities! In this howling good blog post, we’ll explore the exciting world of dogs and Halloween, with tips, tricks, and treats to make sure your canine companion has a grr-eat time. Whether […]

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NW Media Collective, Technology Company In Vancouver, WA Moves To 4-Day Workweek

NW Media Collective, a provider of web development and digital marketing services, announced today that it will be transitioning to a four-day workweek starting April 3, 2023. The decision was made to improve the work-life balance of our team members and create a better work environment that encourages service, innovation, and collaboration. “We believe that […]

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Business Featured Washington

Are you looking for a Seattle Portrait Photographer?

As a parent, you want to capture every moment of your child’s life. From their first steps to their first day of school, you want to be able to look back on these memories and cherish them forever. While it may be tempting to take these pictures yourself, hiring a professional photographer is always the […]

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Portland’s Elephants Delicatessen honored

The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) honored Portland-based Elephants Delicatessen during a special VIP dinner in Washington, in early March where they shared their story of giving back to the community and being a good neighbor to the planet. The NRAEF’s Restaurant Neighbor Award (RNA), developed in partnership with American Express, highlights outstanding local […]

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Shark attack at Portland’s Alibi Tiki Lounge

Portland tiki lounge aficionados are looking forward to the day when they can once again enjoy drinks like Shark Attack and sing Karaoke at Alibi Tiki Lounge in Northeast Portland. Alibi Tiki Lounge is billed as Portland’s Original Tiki bar. The painting of Polynesian dancers on the wall light up an otherwise dark but inviting […]


3 Business Principles That Can Actually Improve Your Personal Life

People say you should always have a personal life outside of your company or startup, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t apply certain business principles to your life. A lot of them can help you break harmful habits, reach your goals, lower your stress levels and even have a significant positive impact on your personal […]

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Microsoft expands NFL partnership

Photo caption: Microsoft Surface Instant Replay. (Photo by Cooper Neill/AP) Redmond, Washington technology firm Microsoft Corp. and the National Football League on Tuesday announced an expansion of their deep technology partnership. The multiyear expansion aims to help the entire NFL, including its coaches and players, be more efficient through enhanced communication and collaboration via Microsoft […]

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New video shows transistor chip journey

Intel builds processors at the heart of nearly everything. And transistors – lots and lots of them – make up the engine that powers every Intel processor. To build a modern microchip, Intel’s engineers place billions of these tiny switches into an area no larger than a fingernail. It’s one of mankind’s most complex feats, […]

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Geek out at Seattle’s Living Computers

It all started with one computer. In 1997 Paul Allen’s company, Vulcan Inc., purchased a TOAD-1 System from XKL Systems Corporation (now XKL LLC), an engineering firm in Redmond, Washington. Mr. Allen was interested in preserving the historically significant software that was created on Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) PDP-10 family of systems, which came to […]

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The importance of tipping points

Geologist Ed Brook, geographer David Wrathall and complexity scientist James Watson will discuss the importance of tipping points at 7 p.m. March 3 at OMSI in Portland. Children of today are going to live through some of the most important environmental, social and technological changes humankind will ever see. It is likely that some of […]