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The Long Lasting Appeal of Charles and Ray Eames

Jun 17 2021   •   Design Inspiration: The Long Lasting Appeal of Eames The modern art and design of Charles and Ray Eames remains a staple of Mid-century style. Now more than 75 years after they first arrived in Los Angeles, it is hard to imagine modern furniture or architecture without instantly thinking “Eames,” yet their lasting creative collaboration was about much more.

Which Keywords Should Your Website Target?

Oct 11 2018   •   Using Google Analytics for Ecommerce. Google and other search engines have made it challenging to identify the keywords that drive organic traffic to websites. Here is the process for optimizing keywords that drive organic search traffic, given the current data constraints.

Some Retailers are Opting Out of Black Friday Online Sales  

Nov 22 2017   •   Shoppers are expected to spend more money online over Thanksgiving weekend compared to last year, a new report predicts. However, some big name retailers are opting out of the shopping frenzy, trying to put their focus back on the spirit of Thanksgiving – spending time with family.

Holiday Gifts for the Home

Dec 21 2016   •   Don’t know what to get that person on your shopping list that is hard to shop for? Gifts for the home are always a worthy and thoughtful gift no matter what age or gender. Everyone can use technology to make their home a better place. There are tech gifts for all price ranges and skill level. The Amazon Echo $139.99 – The Amazon Echo is your new home assistant. You can ask Alexa to help with anything from shopping lists, reminders, and playing music! Echo has seven microphones and beam forming technology so it can hear you from across the room—even while music is playing.

Strick, Rosewood Court Behind Dallas Art Coup

Sep 12 2011   •   Credit Tony Cragg’s “Line of Thought” sculpture at the Rosewood Court complex and Jeremy Strick, director of the Nasher Sculpture Center, for Dallas snaring Cragg’s first U.S. museum exhibition in two decades.

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