Corneredge holiday greetings

Dwight was able to put together an awesome holiday greeting this year.  We took this opportunity to not only spread some cheer, but also to showcase come cross-media and intelligent marketing techniques.  We customized the greeting and email to the recipient.  So you’ll find a greeting for:

Happy Hanukkah from all of us at Corneredge:

Seasons Greetings fom all of us at Corneredge:

Merry Christmas from all of us at Corneredge:

Communication and marketing plans utilizing what you know about your customers can yield much higher results and are almost expected or required for successful marketing today.  Contact us to learn more about how we can apply this to your business.

Corner Edge Launches New Urban Impact Site

Urban Impact is a Pillar of Fire ministry, partnered with the Zarephath Christian Church, that shares Jesus’ heart of compassion and reaches into the darkest areas of our inner cities, showing young boys on the streets the real hope – found in Jesus Christ. Corner Edge shows it’s unwavering support for this meaningful mission by, once again, providing their services and resources to design and develop a fresh new website. The new design for maintains all the interactive features like video, photo galleries, and an interactive event calendar. The task for Corner Edge was to graphically update the site with a modern new look and to make it more flexible to accommodate content additions and to prepare the site for content to be linked through Facebook and Twitter. Corner Edge will also be setting up a Urban Impact blog for news feeds.

Corner Edge redesigns Urban Impact site

A paradigm shift – from workstation & laptop to just a laptop and docking stations

When I started corneredge in 2001 laptop technology was pretty good but for performance I needed to have a workstation at home and at the office.  We have used that model at CES ever since.  The ability to run VMware, graphics apps, do video editing all required a dedicated workstation for speed, storage space etc..

Now, with SSD laptops that can handle mutiple hard drives, docking stations that can handle dual DVI connections for monitors, and the flexibility in windows 7 to quickly boot into all these different docked/un-docked modes, we are making a complete shift away from all the workstations and towards living off of laptops only.  We are also saving energy and operating in a more “green” fashion this way.

So, when considering a replacement computer for your power users, I strongly consider a nice laptop and docking stations again.