Monthly Archives: October 2015

Welcome to another episode of “Whitetail Rendezvous.” This is Bruce Hutcheon, your host. Ladies and gentlemen, I’m privileged to have Gary Shear phone today with me, and we’re going to interview him. Gary’s father, Harry, was one of the men...
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Welcome to "Tuff Love: A live group coaching call," week three, live from Venice, California with me, Rob Kandell, your loving host. This week’s rant is about "Taking responsibility in your life." I start off with a current event in...
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Welcome to another episode of Whitetail Rendezvous. This is your host, Bruce Hutcheon. And we’re going to head to Illinois today. Yes, we’re going to go smack-dab in the middle of Pike County, and we’re going to talk to James...
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elebriDucks is the original creator of the first ever collectible celebrity rubber ducks of the greatest icons of film, music, athletics, and history. We have produced CelebriDucks for the NBA, Major League Baseball, the NHL, NASCAR, NCAA Collegiate Mascots, and...
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Ricky Ratchets Auto Repair, the creation of owner Rick McMullin, opened it’s doors in October of 1993. It’s first location at 565 Third Street in London was soon outgrown and in 1995 the business was moved to it’s current location...
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Welcome to another episode of Whitetail Rendezvous. Today we have a real pleasure of putting a couple of young men, actually a crew, together out in Wisconsin. They’re called Heartland Pursuit. Eric and Jordan, welcome to the show. Eric: Hey,...
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Can you really built virtual reality apps in .NET? You bet! Carl and Richard talk to Matthew Wilson about his work with Novus-Res, building VR apps for businesses. The conversation ranges over the typical hardware set - primarily focused on...
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How does a 3D Printing service business get started, and what does it take to grow it to be meaningful and profitable? How do you decide what to charge, and what the lead time for your services should be? Should...
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What does it take to make web pages that work in multiple languages? Carl and Richard talk to Diego Iastrubni about localization and internationalization. The conversation focuses first on the complexity involved - its very easy to forget how different...
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In this episode, Tom and Tracy discuss the importance of finding the right trade show for your needs as they explain their experience at the 2015 San Diego Maker Faire. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to ask us any...
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