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eCongress Málaga 2015 summary (Part 2)

eCongress Málaga 2015 summary (Part 2)

Jordi Urbea (@jordiurbea), from Ogilvy, started the second day of eCongress conferences with a superb presentation. He showed, essentially, that all traditional business, as we have known them until now, will disappear if they are not able to adapt to new consumption trends of users, both in form and way.

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The total renovation of Inoxlife

The total renovation of Inoxlife

One of those big companies that we take pride in the province of Málaga and, why not, in Andalusia. Also, one of those big companies whose digital storefront was not up to its history and the quality of their services and products. Until RAILSMill crossed his path...

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eCongress Málaga 2015 Summary (Part 1)

eCongress Málaga 2015 Summary (Part 1)

During the 26th and 27th March took place in Málaga the 3rd edition of eCongress, the largest fair and congress of e-commerce, social media and digital marketing in Southern Europe. We attended a carousel of interesting lectures on the art of industry trends for 2015-16 and tools that any professional should manage to successfully optimize and channel strategies for its clients.

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Happy "Internet of the (caring) things" Day!

Happy "Internet of the (caring) things" Day!

Long time I want to write about the IoT (Internet of Things). Therefore because I know it first hand and have worked for several related projects, such as the fact that it's the next revolution (already in progress) that will change many of our current behaviors and routines, the same way they did before the PC or the smartphone. And what better time than today, Day for the Internet of Things. Hopefully it's going to be "...of the caring things".

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Learn HTML unexcused

Learn HTML unexcused

In previous posts we have already referred to the imperative that future generations (in fact already present) will have to acquire programming skills, comparable to the necessity to learn English to the generations of a couple of decades ago. Within this knowledge, one that seems to us absolutely unquestionable is to know the basics of HTML. In varying degrees, everyone should have some knowledge of this markup language, and we wanted to make a collection of the best sites and the different options that exist for learning HTML, whatever the level of knowledge of it. So, we are sorry, but there's no excuse ...

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Bodegas Galán Portero digitized in RailsMill

Bodegas Galán Portero digitized in RailsMill

We are happy to announce that Bodegas Galán Portero gets into the hands of digital artisans RailsMill to update their website. As part of a strategy of renovation and adaptation to changing times and platforms, the board of directors in Bodegas Galán is clear that it is absolutely necessary to renew and adapt sales channels to language and image that users demand today.

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Chromecast: What and for whom is it?

Chromecast: What and for whom is it?

What exactly is Chromecast? Probably, from scholars to the most profane technologists would be able to give a more or less approximate description: a device that allows me to see content from different devices to my TV. But, for whom is Chromecast? Is it really a device you speak to your friends as "yes, I have Chromecast at home"?

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The unbearable lightness of "techs"

The unbearable lightness of "techs"

It's exhausting to feel so fragile before the relentless advance of technology. But it is at once so attractive and disturbing, it is impossible to resist the temptation to reset a thousand times to re-learn everything again. Impossible? Unbearable.

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Is honest your digital reputation?

Is honest your digital reputation?

"The secret of life is honesty and fair play. If you can fake that, you've succeeded." This brilliant phrase summed up the great Groucho Marx further their vision of honesty, people and reputation. But jokes aside, let's talk about something as personal as reputation. Or maybe not so personal?

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The "Paretism", illustrated

The "Paretism", illustrated

There are people who knows a little about many things. Different things. There are other people that focuses on something and just knowing a lot of that something. We're great lovers of the percentages, and if someone asked us what is the distribution of these two groups of people, we wouldn't hesitate a second to say 80% - 20%.

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