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June 2017
Get Rid of These Things to Improve Your Website: Part 4- IMAGES & VIDEO

Get Rid of These Things to Improve Your Website: Part 4- IMAGES & VIDEO

In Part 1 of our website tip series, we talked about the basics, such as stray copy in your footer and old social media logos. In Part 2, we dived in to website conversion. Part 3 mentioned tips on website content. In this section, we will give you the best rules to go by for images and video on your website. PART FOUR: IMAGES & VIDEO   1. Social Media Icons in Your Header: Why: Putting social media icons on the top of the page can bring a user away from the websi...
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Get Rid of These Things to Improve Your Website: Part 1- WEBSITE BASICS

Get Rid of These Things to Improve Your Website: Part 1- WEBSITE BASICS

Could you be doing something to your website that is potentially harmful for the effectiveness and usability of it? We researched and came up with a list of things to consider removing on your website, which could be potentially beneficial in the long run.
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Get Rid of These Things to Improve Your Website: Part 2- GETTING THE CONVERSION

Get Rid of These Things to Improve Your Website: Part 2- GETTING THE CONVERSION

In Part 1 of our website tip series, we talked about the basics, such as stray copy in your footer and old social media logos. Welcome to Part 2 of the website tip series: GETTING THE CONVERSION. What is conversion? Conversion is probably the most important factor to the success of your strategy and goals in online marketing. It basically means getting a user to do what you want them to do, such as signing up for a newsletter, contacting the company, or purchasing a product. The following ar...
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May 2017
IBM's New Quantum Computer Processors are the Most Powerful to Date

IBM's New Quantum Computer Processors are the Most Powerful to Date

On May 17th, IBM released a press release stating that it has successfully built and tested its most powerful platforms for quantum computing. The two platforms are the 16 qubit Quantum Experience universal computer and the 17 qubit commercial processor protoype for their IBM Q commercial system.
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The Cognitive Story: Improving the Lives of Humans Through Innovation and Technology

The Cognitive Story: Improving the Lives of Humans Through Innovation and Technology

Not Rocket Science joins a team of developers and companies including Tanmay Bakshi, Darwin Ecosystem, and IBM on a mission to improve the lives of humans through innovation and technology.
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The Cognitive Story: Not Rocket Science On Stage at IBM's 2017 InterConnect

The Cognitive Story: Not Rocket Science On Stage at IBM's 2017 InterConnect

Not Rocket Science's Darron attended the 2017 IBM InterConnect in Las Vegas and was on stage with fellow business partner, Darwin Ecosystem, and Chief Technology Rob High.
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March 2017
Not Rocket Science Attends Tech Connect 2017

Not Rocket Science Attends Tech Connect 2017

It was great to talk to this diverse group of computer science students who came up to our booth explaining their passion of coding to us, explaining some of the projects they made, asking what we do here at Not Rocket Science, and what to expect as a programming professional.
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Not Rocket Science Attending SELU's Tech Connect

Not Rocket Science Attending SELU's Tech Connect

Not Rocket Science is going to Southeastern Louisiana University's 2017 Tech Connect! See us there on Wednesday, March 22nd!  
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Not Rocket Science Sponsors 2017 Chef Soiree

Not Rocket Science Sponsors 2017 Chef Soiree

This past Sunday, Not Rocket Science attended the 2017 Chef Soiree benefiting the Youth Service Bureau.
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February 2017
Lenovo's Desktop Computer IdeaCentre Stick

Lenovo's Desktop Computer IdeaCentre Stick

This little guy was being shown around the office today. What is it you ask? It's the Lenovo Desktop Computer IdeaCentre Stick with Windows 10. In other words, it's a fully-functioning, pocket-sized PC that connects to a TV or monitor via HDMI. There's a micro SD slot as well for additional storage, or you could get a USB hub and an external usb drive. Technology is surely amazing! 
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