Archive for February 2013

Battle to Win Customers and Sales!

“The murder of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh at an upmarket Dubai hotel in 2010; the killing of Gerald Bull, a Canadian scientist, on his doorstep in Brussels in 1990; the honeytrap set for Israeli nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu in Rome in 1986; the death of Ben Zygier in Israel’s most secure prison two years ago.” All these incidents […]

Get Prepared!

Crack!  The crowd roars to life as the baseball soars through the air.  It passes the infield, it flies over center, and it’s a homerun!  The slugger trots around the bases with a smug grin, while the defense hangs their heads in defeat.  Baseball is the All-American sport.  It harkens back to the simpler days.  […]

Settle Your Frustrations

No discussion of mobile games would be complete without a tribute to perhaps the most celebrated iPhone application of all time.  Last week we picked up with a blog on the game called FruitNinja. We compared slicing fruit to dicing documents.  This week we’ll take a brief look at what has become a marketing phenomenon […]

Why Can’t Life Be Like Fruit Ninja?

I think we all can admit that life can be rough sometimes.  No one is exempt from bad days.  Maybe it was that painful trip to the dentist that ended badly, that huge scratch on your car door, or perhaps it was the test you forgot to study for.  Regardless of what set them off, […]

State of the Union Address 2013

“The welfare of our country is the great object to which our cares and efforts ought to be directed. … And I shall derive great satisfaction from a cooperation with you, in the pleasing though arduous task of ensuring to our fellow citizens the blessings which they have a right to expect, from a free […]

Never Too Early To Plan For Retirement

Are you thinking about retirement yet?  If you aren’t, you should be.  I’m not talking about considering whether or not you should retire this year, but even young workers would be wise to keep retirement in mind.  All too often, it is easy to push the long-term away from one’s mind, but time has the […]