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Orange Blossom Trail | Bryan Soderlind : Journal

Thu, 02/06/2014 - 14:47 -- rprice

U.S. Route 441 is a north/south highway that runs over 400 mile long from the north border of Georgia down to Miami. For a short section in Central Florida, US 441 becomes Orange Blossom Trail or “The Trail” Though OBT technically runs from Tangerine to Kissimmee, FL most people consider “The Trail” the 7 mile stretch from HWY 50 in the North to Sandlake Road in the South. Lined with pawn shops, strip clubs, sleazy motels, and sketchy bars, The Trail is a hotbed for seedy characters and criminal activity.

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Orange Blossom Trail | Bryan Soderlind : Journal

Thu, 02/06/2014 - 14:47 -- rprice

U.S. Route 441 is a north/south highway that runs over 400 mile long from the north border of Georgia down to Miami. For a short section in Central Florida, US 441 becomes Orange Blossom Trail or “The Trail” Though OBT technically runs from Tangerine to Kissimmee, FL most people consider “The Trail” the 7 mile stretch from HWY 50 in the North to Sandlake Road in the South. Lined with pawn shops, strip clubs, sleazy motels, and sketchy bars, The Trail is a hotbed for seedy characters and criminal activity.

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Meet the Orlando firm looking to take on Google - Orlando Business Journal

Thu, 01/23/2014 - 17:35 -- rprice

Sarah Meeks, 28, and her 30-year-old brother, Thomas Meeks — founders of SeeqIt LLC (pronounced seek-it) —have been working on a new search engine called Trevinly. The idea is relatively basic: No more search-engine optimization. Businesses would pay SeeqIt $9 a month or $99 a year, and the site’s fairness algorithm guarantees distributed first place rankings. There's also a freemium version of the site, which doesn't have photos for businesses.

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Meet the Orlando firm looking to take on Google - Orlando Business Journal

Thu, 01/23/2014 - 17:35 -- rprice

Sarah Meeks, 28, and her 30-year-old brother, Thomas Meeks — founders of SeeqIt LLC (pronounced seek-it) —have been working on a new search engine called Trevinly. The idea is relatively basic: No more search-engine optimization. Businesses would pay SeeqIt $9 a month or $99 a year, and the site’s fairness algorithm guarantees distributed first place rankings. There's also a freemium version of the site, which doesn't have photos for businesses.

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Here's why The Refinery is looking at Orlando - Orlando Business Journal

Wed, 01/08/2014 - 08:34 -- rprice

the strength of FamiLab is in the ideas created there. And that's a big reason why they're looking at Orlando as an area to expand to. “Just on an innovation standpoint, it’s a very rich setup that they had there,” Dauphin said. “The hardest part [of starting a company] is having the idea to leverage. That’s the strength of FamiLab: good people with very good ideas.”

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Here's why The Refinery is looking at Orlando - Orlando Business Journal

Wed, 01/08/2014 - 08:34 -- rprice

the strength of FamiLab is in the ideas created there. And that's a big reason why they're looking at Orlando as an area to expand to. “Just on an innovation standpoint, it’s a very rich setup that they had there,” Dauphin said. “The hardest part [of starting a company] is having the idea to leverage. That’s the strength of FamiLab: good people with very good ideas.”

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Together

Wed, 11/13/2013 - 10:26 -- rprice

Cross Platform Asynchronous Multiplayer API Allows iPhone, Android devices and more to play Together! Cloud Based Server Hosting Makes the process easier. Leaderboards Track your player’s progress and high scores! Achievements Everyone loves Achievements! In-Game Text Chat Allows players to brag/chat while playing.

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