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It's 2013 and filmmakers no longer have an excuse for poor video quality. Last year 70% of the Navy Seal film "Act of Valor" was shot using the Canon 5d Mark II, a pro-sumer digital camera you can purchase at your local Best Buy. Countless other short films and the series finale episode of the hit TV show "House" were also shot using the 5d. Average joe filmmakers such as myself may not have access to the 00 lenses being used on large budget shoots, but we're getting close. As…
Wether in casual conversation or in the midst of boardroom project pitches, we are often asked why we opt to use an open source CMS (Content Managment System) over a CMS custom built for the project. We (DangerDynamite) choose to lean in favor of the open source model for our projects, even though it means going against the norm in the web development industry. For most web developers, using a custom CMS means they can make more money on any given project, and effectively lock that client into a lucrative…
A website is a crucial part of any type of business nowadays. It doesn't really matter what line of work you're in, you can always benefit from having a website where people can at least find out what your company is all about, and where they can find your shops (or alternatively, how they can get in touch with you if that's the way you work with your clients). A good website can do much more than that though – it can engage your customers and motivate them to interact…
Like the thousands of other small businesses around us, we work hard to find efficiencies and value in the tools and products we use. As a technology company, we've come across several products that we use daily that simplify our operations, streamline our workflows and just generally make our lives easier. To celebrate small business week, and because we love to share, Here's a list of our 8 favorites - Email Still one of the most fundamental forms of electronic communication, a good email system is a requirement for any…
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