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Best-Selling Author Uses Art To To Teach Interpersonal Development

Best-Selling Author Uses Art To To Teach Interpersonal Development
When it comes to improving interpersonal development and character, one doesn’t often think of using art to sharpen their skills. However, attorney and art historian, Amy E. Herman, Read more

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Why Restaurants Are Historically Slow at Adopting New Technology
August 8, 2022
  The restaurant industry has historically been slow to shift and adopt new technology. Ben Simmons, Co-founder and COO of Table Needs recalled a meeting in 2012 when a restaurant owner was Read more
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As Mortgage Rates Stay Up, Lenders and Brokers Need to Get ‘Creative’
August 7, 2022
Editor's Note: This report was initially conducted after July 14's Freddie Mac weekly average mortgage rates were released. Though the video focuses on those specific averages, the article has been Read more
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Netflix & Microsoft Ad Partnership Will Be a ‘Windfall’ For Advertisers. Here’s Why.
August 6, 2022
Earlier this year during Netflix’s Q1 2022 post-earnings call, CEO Reed Hastings changed his tune around advertising on the streaming service. Once a key selling point as an on-demand ad-free way to Read more
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Best-Selling Author Uses Art To To Teach Interpersonal Development
April 8, 2022
When it comes to improving interpersonal development and character, one doesn’t often think of using art to sharpen their skills. However, attorney and art historian, Amy E. Herman, Read more
Architecture’s Role in Creating and Communicating Culture
October 6, 2021
  Key Points: Architecture is a form of art that can communicate culture and history. As an art form, architecture can be challenging because it must be practical Read more
Exploring the History of Rails in the US: Roads, Rails, & Rides
May 20, 2020
  In this latest episode of Roads, Rails, & Rides host Jeb Morris sits down with Jessica Woods, Museum Manager of the Interurban Railway Museum. While most of this Read more
Engineering Value: How Draper is Looking Back and Forging Ahead
April 20, 2020
  On this episode of Engineering Value, a Draper podcast, host Tyler Kern was joined by Chris Broome, fifth-generation President of the company. The duo dove into Draper’s Read more
Delivering Innovative AV Integration and Storytelling in Iconic, Historic Spaces
February 7, 2020
As audiovisual technology marches forward, some of the world’s most iconic and historic places are being swept into the current. There’s a common desire to maintain these powerful spaces, but Read more
The Most Memorable Notes in Martin Guitar’s History
December 20, 2019
  Ever since the founder of the guitar company that bears his name moved from Europe to the Lehigh Valley in 1839, C.F. Martin and the town of Nazareth, Pennsylvania have been Read more
How Dot’s Homemade Pretzels Went From Small-Town North Dakota to Online Everywhere
August 20, 2019
  On today’s episode of the Food & Beverage Podcast, host Daniel Litwin got his hand caught in the cookie jar...or more accurately a bag of Dot’s Pretzels. Litwin sat down with Dorothy Read more
Backstage Pass: Alford Media, A History
June 18, 2019
  On today’s episode of Backstage Pass, MarketScale is joined by with Dan Thompson, Senior Account Manager, who gives us a look at Alford Media through his eyes, as someone who’s been Read more
The Art and Tech of Preserving the Written Word
May 17, 2019
  Much of our nation’s most important history is documented on what many would assume is the most fragile medium: paper. In this episode of the MarketScale Building Management podcast, host Read more