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I'm an information guy, and as a developer I collect a lot of information. Collecting and archiving information is important, but it is not just about collecting and archiving − you also need to easily filter and view the collected data in a meaningful way.

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When it comes to putting together effective presentations less is definitely more. And by less, I don't mean less practice, prep, structure and thought. I am simply referring to keeping your PowerPoint slides less cluttered visually and not putting together slides to be used as a teleprompter.

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By the time I walked into fp. for my first day of work two weeks ago, I was pretty sure fp. would be a dynamic place to work. Not only was I prepared for a closely knit cast of characters, I was prepared for it to take a while for me to insert my particular brand of odd diet and strange humor into the mix, not to mention my furry canine daughter “River”. 

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Every once in a while it's important to take a step back and look at things from a broad perspective, and that's as true for project management itself as it is for any project you work on. Whether you're an ad agency or a software developer, the creative industries are very different from the industrial ones, and they demand different management techniques. Let's take a look at some of the key insights. I hope this is just as helpful a refresher for veterans as it is an intro for newcomers.

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