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Is Church the Place for Innovation?

On Episode 99 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Mark Dever, the senior pastor at Capitol Hill Baptist Church, about whether or not church is the place for innovation.

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How Church is Different Than Other Organizations

On Episode 98 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Mark Dever, the senior pastor at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington D.C. about how a church is different than other organizations.

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Announcing the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter

Have you ever had something on your phone that you really wanted to show to your friends and family, but they had to huddle around you and your PC, tablet, or smartphone just to show them? This happened to me last weekend when my parents were visiting from out of town and I wanted to show them photos from my wedding this last summer our photographer took. Today we’re announcing the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter, which connects to an HDTV, monitor, or projector and will let you easily share content from any Miracast-enabled device – including many PCs and Tablets running Windows 8.1. With the Wireless Display Adaptor, I don’t have to worry about getting everyone to huddle around a device. All the content I …

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Four Things I Learned about UX at Universal Studios

From the moment you walk into a theme park, everything is meticulously designed to deliver you an immersive experience unlike any other. Universal Studios, where I once worked as a VIP tour guide, is no exception. When you get ready to fight bad guys in the streets of New York with Spider-Man, the queue you stand in is lined with monochromatic rooms as a throwback to the style of early comics. The story of the ride begins in line – the ride itself is only the cinematic conclusion. Working as a tour guide here was a fun experience, and I realize that I still help deliver immersive experiences to people as a marketer and design enthusiast in the Bay Area. Looking back to my days at Universal, …

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Watermelon Hacks: Just in Time for Summer

Watermelon Hacks: Just in Time for Summer Watermelon is the perfect snack for hot temperatures. It’s hydrating, crisp, and refreshing, especially when it’s chilled. Yet some people aren’t content with leaving a good thing alone, which has given us many watermelon-based innovations, some great (vodka-filled watermelons) and some delightfully strange (square watermelons). Oddly, not everyone goes crazy for this tasty fruit. If you need to reignite your love for Citrullus lanatus (that’s watermelon in Latin), then be sure to check out all of these hacks. #1. Turn a Watermelon into a Keg Was that sound I just heard your head exploding? Yes, it’s true: someone figured out a way to turn a watermelon itself into a dispenser of fruit-laced alcoholic beverages. This counts as…

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