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One Word to Save your Project | Mediacurrent

Fri, 01/29/2016 - 16:21 -- rprice

When faced with requirements that threaten to break the budget, blow the scope, derail the schedule and generally destroy a project, there is one magic word that can come to the rescue. Why. Asking “Why?” can help clarify, or neutralize, potentially destructive requirements and ultimately save the day.

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One Word to Save your Project | Mediacurrent

Fri, 01/29/2016 - 16:21 -- rprice

When faced with requirements that threaten to break the budget, blow the scope, derail the schedule and generally destroy a project, there is one magic word that can come to the rescue. Why. Asking “Why?” can help clarify, or neutralize, potentially destructive requirements and ultimately save the day.

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One Word to Save your Project | Mediacurrent

Fri, 01/29/2016 - 16:21 -- rprice

When faced with requirements that threaten to break the budget, blow the scope, derail the schedule and generally destroy a project, there is one magic word that can come to the rescue. Why. Asking “Why?” can help clarify, or neutralize, potentially destructive requirements and ultimately save the day.

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Build the Perfect Backyard Wood-Fired Pizza Oven | Make:

Thu, 07/09/2015 - 02:18 -- rprice

A barrel oven is a versatile and highly efficient wood-fired oven that’s relatively easy to build, and easy to use. It can be the seed for a small-scale baking enterprise or the heart of a community’s wood-fired cuisine. All kinds of food can be baked in the barrel oven, including bread, roasts, pizza, cookies, cakes, pies, casseroles, and stews.

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Diy Mobile Miter Saw Stand +Giveaway! -

Mon, 03/09/2015 - 08:39 -- rprice

Can you believe that I’ve had my miter saw for over two years and I’ve never had a proper stand for it? I don’t even have a real workbench. I’ve improvised using card tables, saw horses and even my kitchen counter. With all the building projects I have lined up this year, I needed to take care of some basic necessities.

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Right Service at the Right Time (RS/RT) | Urban Libraries Council

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 10:01 -- rprice

The RS/RT project provides a “create once, serve many” option that also provides the user with a level of privacy that generally face-to-face reference interviews cannot. The product was designed from a user’s stand point. Understanding that many service seekers have little experience with technology, we designed a clean and simple interface, requiring only a few actions to progress to the next step. We worked with a 4th grade reading level and provided 3 language options (English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole).

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CheerLights

Sat, 12/21/2013 - 08:33 -- rprice

CheerLights is an ioBridge Labs project that allows people's lights all across the world to synchronize, stay linked based on social networking trends. It's a way to connect physical things with social networking experiences and spread cheer at the same time.

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CheerLights

Sat, 12/21/2013 - 08:33 -- rprice

CheerLights is an ioBridge Labs project that allows people's lights all across the world to synchronize, stay linked based on social networking trends. It's a way to connect physical things with social networking experiences and spread cheer at the same time.

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Orlando Fringe review: 'The 39 Steps' - Orlando Sentinel

Tue, 12/10/2013 - 08:12 -- rprice

First off, this isn’t the “39 Steps” you’re thinking of – not quite. Yes, Invisible Frisbee Productions’ inventive comedy riffs on the Alfred Hitchcock thriller. Yes, it’s still four actors playing the roles of the hapless everyman Richard Hannay and the multiple spies he becomes entangled with. But this time, Hannay may be escaping peril in Will’s Pub instead of London. The settings, professions and event the actors’ roles depend on the cues the audience gives to the cast, by way of a “survey” taken before the show.

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Orlando Fringe review: 'The 39 Steps' - Orlando Sentinel

Tue, 12/10/2013 - 08:12 -- rprice

First off, this isn’t the “39 Steps” you’re thinking of – not quite. Yes, Invisible Frisbee Productions’ inventive comedy riffs on the Alfred Hitchcock thriller. Yes, it’s still four actors playing the roles of the hapless everyman Richard Hannay and the multiple spies he becomes entangled with. But this time, Hannay may be escaping peril in Will’s Pub instead of London. The settings, professions and event the actors’ roles depend on the cues the audience gives to the cast, by way of a “survey” taken before the show.

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