Monthly Archives: November 2014

Amazon Creeps into Your Neighborhood

Amazon is making huge steps into a series of new services for its ever-growing list of clientele. This holiday weekend, Amazon’s “Amazon Local” service kicked off. The service offers deals on food-delivery, entertainment, shopping, and even travel. It seems as … Continue reading

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Data Visualization Assignment – Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Today we were able to test out a Data visualization tool called Infogr.am . Below you can see a link to a quick infographic that I’ve made regarding attendance at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade. //e.infogr.am/macys-thanksgiving-day-parade-attendance-differences-between-1933-and-2013 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Attendance … Continue reading

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Which Stick Do You Want?

Not too long ago I wrote a post about the variety of streaming services available to users for watching television and movies. There has been an ongoing battle between streaming devices for your business. The companies involved in this battle … Continue reading

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Hidden Gem – Streetcar Wine & Beer

Located in the heart of Jamaica Plain, Streetcar Wine & Beer is a retailer serving the local community with a variety of craft beer and wine. Michael Dupuy conceived the idea of a niche beer and wine boutique in late … Continue reading

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Video: Keene Pumpkin Festival

In October I had the chance to go to the Keene Pumpkin Festival in Keene, NH and I spoke to some local people about the festival, and how the town contributes to it. Keene, NH holds the Guinness World RecordĀ for … Continue reading

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