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We have a handful of tools that we use constantly. Among these is Git. Although we normally deploy sites on Linux servers, we recently set up a Git server on a Windows machine.
All the buzz right now in the realm of social media is FaceBook's purchase of Instagram for one billion dollars (double its estimated value). Everyone is talking about it but no one is really explaining Instagram. So lets take a look into what it is, where it came from, and where it's going.
The Medword Master Free edition is now available for the Apple iPad through iTunes. The free version allows you interact using the same unique features available in the full version, but contains a limited number of categories to choose from.
Facebook is taking the next step for the recently released Timeline by moving all business pages to the new layout. Starting March 30th, all businesses will be automatically transferred to Timeline. While this is exciting and new for many businesses, if you're not prepared for the change it may also provide a steady dose of heartburn...
All of us at Chronos Interactive would like to wish you a happy and healthy holiday season!
— Stelios, Max, Brian, Kendall, Laura, and Markham
Sunset from the Bolt Factory tower above the office. The colors weren't quite captured, but worth posting nonetheless.
As we approach our fifth year supporting the website and marketing efforts of the Promoting Responsible Fatherhood Initiative in Colorado, we're putting together a "Legacy" page to document some of the campaign's many successes.
Just as every website has its own requirements and functionality, every website's administration dashboard has its own requirements and functionality. No matter how complex or how simple a website might be, the person managing the website down the road is going to need their own set of tools and user interfaces to get the job done.
Who's that dark mysterious figure lurking in the shadows? Why it's office cat! Meet the newest member to the Chronos Team, Orion.
Google released a fledgling version of a tool to convert SWF files to HTML5, opening the possibility of retaining display of Flash animations on non-Flash devices (iPhone, iPad presumably). It didn't work for even moderately complex animations, but it's still impressive conceptually.
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