Catch Some Air(table)

There’s no quicker way to suck the lifeforce out of a room— just mention this word: database.

Aeeiiiyyyy!

Unfortunately there are times when such evil things cannot be avoided. A recent project required keeping track of the ins and outs of certain items. Dates, amounts, notes, and sometime even photos would be recorded. A spreadsheet seemed adequate… until it wasn’t.

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Finding International Buyers on eBay

If you sell stuff on eBay, and you’re based in the US of A, you most likely don’t offer international shipping. The majority of us have found the ins and outs of sending items across the pond… well, a hassle. Extra paperwork, language barriers, customs, VAT, yada yada. But all that might be a thing of the past with a new service eBay is offering:

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Deciphering Google Analytics

One of the most powerful marketing tools available to you is Google Analytics (GA). If you’re not using it already, you should. It’s not only powerful- it’s free! But with all that awesomeness comes some confusing terms and concepts that can be really confusing. Hits, Reach, Bounce Rate, Behavior… it can all be a bit daunting.

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Drinking Your Oats

Chobani is jumping into the oat milk business with both feet.

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What does it take to make a liter of milk?
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Detractors complain that almonds require large amounts of irrigation water. But it’s nothing when compared to the resources required for making cow’s milk.
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As sales of cow milk decline the yogurt giant is plotting their move into the growing alt.milk market. More and more people are discovering their intolerance to dairy (about half the population worldwide) and searching for plant-based alternatives. This, plus to that the increased awareness of the impact agriculture has on the planet, has spawned a wide range of milk alternatives.

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