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37 feet…

By Guest Blogger | May 28, 2010

We’ve been all aflutter here at T&S because we are moving offices. We received our keys yesterday and even got the green light to start moving stuff in later today. It’s a pretty sweet deal. New paint, new carpet, a couple pieces of leftover furniture and the best of all—our new 1,100 sq.ft. office only…

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The Intern Remix

By Guest Blogger | May 12, 2010

We were so excited to welcome our new interns and get to know them that we just had to share. Be sure to check out our video to see our interns introduce themselves. Remix style.

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5 FREE Twitter Backgrounds

By Guest Blogger | May 1, 2010

How would you like to be the proud, new owner of a custom twitter background? Rather than go through the pains of background design, why not let a professional take care of it? For free even! (That’s gratis, free of charge, for nothing, complimentary, on the house.) In the Month of May, we’re offering 5…

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Why Acrobat is better for printing and our story behind it

By Guest Blogger | April 19, 2010

Adobe Acrobat vs. Preview (on a Mac) Yesterday, our power glitched while Tim was in a meeting, and when he came in the office to make a copy, we discovered the printer was fried. In all attempts to turn it back on, we still failed. So, even though we had been researching color laser printers…

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February 2009’s non-profit winner

By Guest Blogger | April 13, 2010

Diabetes Solutions We loved working with Diabetes Solutions and learning how they help kids and adults cope with their diabetes. We want to thank Casey Bottoms and Kim Boaz for making it such a smooth process, and we appreciate all they do in the community. They put on some amazing camps for kids so they…

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Introducing January 2009’s non-profit winner

By Guest Blogger | April 6, 2010

Edmond Mobile Meals We were honored that Teresa Hoehner was our very first winner of the year, and we want to thank her for being so cooperative during the website process and teaching us about her wonderful organization. Below describes the mission behind Edmond Mobile Meals’ and their goal to help the elderly in the…

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Preventing jQuery conflicts in WordPress

By Guest Blogger | March 30, 2010

Okay, it’s programming pet peeve time. Well, specifically web programming pet peeves. And really just one, so forget the plural there. Here goes nothing. If you do any kind of web programming at all, you’ll have heard of jQuery, which is (according to this source: the most popular Javascript library in use today. It’s…

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By Guest Blogger | March 18, 2010

We always thought it was funny that those little bits of browser information were called cookies. I dedicate this little comic to Cookie Monster. Even though they make you eat cookies in moderation now, you will forever hold a place in our heart.. I’ll save an internet cookie just for you, big blue.

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Email Etiquette Part 2: 3 Quick Tips

By Guest Blogger | March 10, 2010

Continuing on with our Email Etiquette series, I have 3 quick tips. The sandwich method, active voice and the use of sentence case. First, the sandwich method. It goes a little something like this: When you sandwich your critique or bad news in good news, it makes people a lot more receptive to what you…

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2009 non-profit website winners

By Guest Blogger | February 17, 2010

In 2009, we decided to give away a free custom website to a different non-profit group every month. We selected from a group applicants, all from the Edmond and Oklahoma City area. We were so blessed to work with all of these organizations, and it was undoubtedly a rewarding experience. Thanks to all of the…

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