Category: Technology

Email Triage 301

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

This week’s blog is from Joe Nehila, aka The Man Across the River, founder of NOSOCO, and all round helpful guy. Read on as Joe tames a time killer with some logical (and easy to implement!) strategies.   FYI – The Creative Coast’s blogspot is Savannah’s sounding board for local thinkers, innovators, wanderers and wonders. Guest […]

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Racing Robots

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

This week’s blog is from Kevin Lawver, bona fide geek, certified webhead, eloquent pontificator, and serious-minded CTO at NY-based Planted, a career-building employment platform.  Kevin put down roots in Savannah almost a decade ago and we’re lucky to have him in our community.  Read on as Kevin assesses the future of the U.S. economy and […]

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What Makes an Internet Marketplace Robust?

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

This week’s blog is from Mark Bruemmer, brainiac on a mission, IT powerhouse in tennis shoes and local entrepreneur with a global focus.  Mark is the CEO and founder of Savannah-based eXcesS Capacity, a worldwide online marketplace platform for businesses trading idle resources.  Read on as Mark identifies the prerequisites for a robust marketplace.  FYI […]

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Gaming in the Classroom

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

This week’s blog is from Maria Dixon, veteran web developer, talented graphic designer and now educator extraordinaire!  Maria may be the solution to bringing more young people into the world of coding as she has a knack for getting students interested in tech stuff. Read on as Maria connects the classroom to Geekend, the growing must-attend […]

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50 Days to Geekend

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

This week’s blog is from Jennifer Bonnett (Jen to her friends!), general manager of ATDC (Advanced Technology Development Center) at Georgia Tech and the real deal when it comes to tech stuff.  We’re proud to call Jen a friend of The Creative Coast and a great resource for Georgia’s tech community!  Read on as Jen puts […]

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IT: Cost Effective Service or Capital Expense?

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

This week’s blog is from Keith Fletcher, a serious suit with a lifetime of major corporation experience (talking multinational stuff here!) but a bona fide techie through and through.  For such a button-downed guy, he really has his head in the cloud! Read on as Keith shares some expense control ideas that are worth investigating. FYI – […]

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Profile of a Geekender: Joe Nehila

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

This week’s blog is from Joe Nehila, a human fountain of creative ideas, owner of 1001 opinions, and best of all, the shoulders of Atlas when it comes to helping others. Read on as Joe pushes a long-term approach to economic success – – Geekend 2016. FYI – The Creative Coast’s blogspot is Savannah’s sounding board […]

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Collaboration & Collective Knowledge

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

This week’s blog is from April Brooks, educator extraordinaire and founding member of Teach The Future, a fellowship of private and public school teachers dedicated to connecting and collaborating with Savannah’s creative enterprises and industries so students can interact and learn directly from our community’s technology and innovation experts.  Read on as April shares what happens […]

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A Better Way to Learn

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

This week’s blog is from Dave Shpigler, founder of Intelligent Pathways and first runner up in this year’s FastPitch competition.  Dave is a hands-on kind of guy…so much so that when he sees a problem, he starts devising solutions. Read on as Dave teaches us the value of parenthood, listening, learning and the excitement of […]

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Hidden Gems, Solar Power, Bright Futures

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

This week’s blog is from Grant Tallon, solar power brainiac with Hannah Solar and new member of our local community (a great addition, if we do say so!).  Read on as Grant charges up Savannah’s self-image with insights on the solarization of Chatham County.  FYI – – The Creative Coast’s blogspot is Savannah’s sounding board for […]

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Digital Reflections

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

This week’s blog is from Harry DeLorme, the Telfair Museums’ wizard of cool, curator of education AND founder of PULSE, the art & tech event that gets rave reviews every year (i.e. don’t miss it!). Read on as Harry sets the stage for this year’s PULSE happenings. FYI – – The Creative Coast’s blogspot is […]

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Songs of Savannah??

Thursday, August 9, 2007

I’ve blogged before with 12 Podcasts for the Creative Class and have asked you what music inspires your creativity, but now I can ask ‘What music makes you think Savannah?’ I found a blog the other day (ok, yesterday morning before work coughNERDcough) that features a list started with songs about Savannah. The blogger credits […]

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Zillow It.

Friday, August 3, 2007

Everyone loves a map mashup! Zillow is an ‘online real estate service dedicated to helping you get an edge in real estate by providing you with valuable tools and information’. They have recently launched their ‘Neighborhoods’ feature, which serves as an online community for local residents looking to buy and sell their homes. Savannah’s Neighborhood […]

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SCAD Students Envision Savannah-Hilton Head Ferry

Monday, June 25, 2007

Imagine not having to drive over the river and through the woods to relax in Hilton Head, but instead being able to enjoy the trip from the water. A reality in many other coastal locations (Portland, ME, Cape Cod, Chesapeake Bay), the idea of linking Savannah and Hilton Head by ferry is not a new […]

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