Answer: Twitter among other social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+ can certainly help your…Continue
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And by-the-way, MyFortDodge.com is a registered developer for Apple, Inc.
More cool Internet projects to…Continue
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To purchase Brian's featured cartoons, go to Duffyink.com…
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BlackBerry has owned the enterprise smartphone market for years but is quickly losing ground to iPhone and Android. Most companies are taking a wait-and-see approach to confirm whether these new platforms are feasible for business. BlackBerry Enterprise Server is something they know and trust.
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One of the…Continue
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Now that's what I call customer service!
You bet they…Continue
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It's been a busy few weeks here at MyFortDodge. A new design, the roll out of our new app for iPhone, iTouch, and iPad, and now the hoopla of the iPad 2 announcement.
As a registered developer for Apple, Inc., it's been…Continue
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Back in the day,…Continue
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According to the recent reports Apple has started the production of the iPad 2 and the new version of the successful tablet computer is due for release later this year, most likely in either March or April according to the Internet buzz.
Apple’s new iPad will be lighter and thinner…Continue
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I'm happy to announce that our new MyFortDodge.com App for the iPhone, iTouch, and iPad is available on iTunes. It will be FREE for a limited time. With this App, you can view Fort Dodge's Calendar of Events, read blogs from…Continue
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First of all, below you'll find a video one-on-one conversation with Fort Dodge Mayor Matt Bemrich about his recent trip to Washington D.C., and he talks… Continue
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From what I know, 4 more long-time, hard working people from the Fort Dodge office are having their jobs eliminated at the end of February 2010.
Just in case you're wondering how this happens, sometimes the "web" picks up items from nearby towns and relates it to Fort Dodge, Iowa. In this case it's Vincent, Iowa where Donovan Adson is an auctioneer. The photo above is Donovan with his wife Lyn.…
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The $8.6 billion deal, announced last May, would leave Frontier with $3.3 billion in debt while allowing Verizon to avoid paying about $600 million in taxes, U.S. Representative Paul Hodes,… Continue
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We made it through the blown fuses and all the technical things that Murphy's Law had waiting for us. I know about Murphy, he's visited me before.
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In preparation for my presentation, I thought I would share a preview of what I'll be showing the Leadership Fort Dodge group. Part of my presentation will show the impact that blogging, Internet video, and what I call the "2 way conversation medium" has had on our community so… Continue
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A pair of resolutions are pending before the U.S. House of Representatives that would require Congress to delay both debate and voting on legislation until bills are made public online for a set… Continue
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In January, Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's Office began investigating Frontier Communications after receiving dozens of complaints from consumers who were unexpectedly charged early termination fees.
I was first asked to participate in the design of this website in October of 2007 through an invitation from the Webster County Development Corporation. The committee included a wealth of committed people who have given much of… Continue
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