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At Cafe 239-20 in Hongdae, Seoul, South Korea you can be forgiven for thinking you've entered an alternate 2D reality, because the proprietors of the cafe have made it that way - it's not your fault.
Friday Props this week going out to the amazing 2D Cafe.
What is JSON? What is it used for? Find out in this episode of Alphabet Soup. Read More >>
It came from the Lagoon! It was RADIOACTIVE! NOBODY expected ... the Pulp-o-Mizer! This week we are tipping our hat the fun tool that let's you build your own pulp fiction magazine covers. Read More >>
Once a commonplace site, cigarette vending machines are a thing of the past, but recently have been spotted in the wild with a fantastic new product being delivered - works of art. Read More >>
What is an API and why should I care? Find out in this episode of Alphabet Soup. Read More >>
Zalinger Cameron & Lambek has been serving the legal needs of public entities, businesses, non-profits, and individuals throughout Vermont since its' founding in 1980. Their website, however, is new. Read More >>
Cereal has been on our minds recently because we almost ran out. Disaster was averted so no need to rush out and start a GoFundMe or anything.
This week we bring you some weird, wacky and wild cereals we found on Amazon. Handy links if you want to buy some and send it to us (or even yourself I suppose). Read More >>
Revitalizing Waterbury has a mission to preserve, promote and enhance the economic, historic and social vitality of Waterbury, Vermont for residents, businesses and visitors alike.
We were put on a mission to help. Read More >>
We're back with Friday Props and this week we bring you an excellent parody product: Lookout.
We all spend too much time glued to our phones and other screens and so this speaks to me, but it also is just spot-on hilarious. Props to the minds behind this gem. I hope every one of you gets a chance to look up this weekend. Read More >>
The average lifespan of a website is between five to seven years before the technology on the web has progressed so much that a website much older than that can start to feel dated. We were pleased when Vermont-NEA came back to Edgeworks Creative for a facelift and update of their website to set them on the path for the next five years. Read More >>