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Thursday 26 April 2018 by Chase Raz
If you're like most business people, you likely hate—or at least strongly dislike—tracking your business mileage. As a corporate employee, I found the process of remembering to write down odometer readings for company vehicles ... Read more.
Sunday 8 April 2018 by Chase Raz
Face it! Your social media and other public-facing business communications probably don't look as good as they should, and that is hurting your brand perception and sales. The four tools described in this article will help your business put fo... Read more.
Monday 19 March 2018 by Chase Raz
Monday 12 March 2018 by Chase Raz
In Episode 97 of Multinewmedia, I talk to Christopher Woodward about something that is all too often swept under the rug in professional circles: burnout. This, as we recorded and as I write this blog post, is something that I'm legitimately str... Read more.
Saturday 10 March 2018 by Chase Raz
Multinewmedia is a passion of mine. It's something I've put a lot of time into over the past several years. From recording the podcast to working on this website as a hobby project, I've really enjoyed building the property. Something wa... Read more.
Wednesday 7 March 2018 by Chase Raz
The Multinewmedia blog isn't any old blog... it's a project in and of itself. Instead of using WordPress, Medium, or some other blogging platform, the Multinewmedia blog is built by hand (with much love, of course). Over the past severa... Read more.
Monday 20 November 2017 by Chase Raz
You're looking to do some crazy shopping over the Thanksgiving holiday, right? Sure you are! Black Friday and Cyber Monday only come once per year, and you need to get all of your geeky goodies now at the largest discounts... Read more.
Sunday 12 November 2017 by Chase Raz
How long before we start seeing Singles’ Day sales start popping up in the United States? Not long if Chinese retailers keep demonstrating the ability to turn November 11 into economic opportunity. Singles’ Day is a Chinese shopping hol... Read more.
Thursday 26 October 2017 by Chase Raz
Multinewmedia is concluding its third year of podcasting, and planning is already underway for the fourth year in 2018. While we intend to keep all of the great things that you already love about the show, we're also interested in getting back to ou... Read more.
Monday 18 September 2017 by Chase Raz
Hurricane Irma directly impacted Florida throughout the 10th and 11th of September 2017 and wreaked havoc as it traveled up the state from the Florida Keys onward on the western side of the state. For the most part, mainland Florida fared well as la... Read more.
Monday 14 August 2017 by Chase Raz
Universal Basic Income (UBI) has been discussed on Multinewmedia previously, but never before has it had the type of wide-ranging support in industry since the 1960s. Technology CEOs seem to be falling over themselves to endorse the idea that we&rsq... Read more.
Monday 31 July 2017 by Chase Raz
A few months ago, we commented on Canada's extremely limited trial of a basic income. While we're still watching that progressive experiment unfold over time, recent mental distractions have turned our attention towards the United Kingdom where the ... Read more.
Monday 24 July 2017 by Chase Raz
Find the two Windows Phone fans that you know, and you'll be told two different stories. Why might you only know two fans? Because it's statistically not likely for you to know any more than two people who use, or have recently used, Windows... Read more.
Saturday 22 July 2017 by Chase Raz
Intel and AMD are at it again, and the newest battle in their ongoing war signals that the end is, in fact, not nigh for traditional desktop devices. In the latest round of fighting, both Intel and AMD release near server-quality processors with a d... Read more.
Wednesday 17 May 2017 by Chase Raz
Thought: Who owns the future? With Elon Musk now talking about taking humanity not only to Mars but also into a sci-fi world with brain implants and Donald Trump attempting to bludgeon the world (or just the United States) into a bygone era of dirty co... Read more.
Monday 8 May 2017 by Chase Raz
Both Charter and Comcast plan to offer wireless phone service soon in the United States. However, neither is particularly ready to offer truly wireless infrastructure and both are relying on contracts with Verizon Wireless—the largest wir... Read more.
Monday 1 May 2017 by Chase Raz
You may have noticed a trend that places several camera lenses onto the backs of popular smartphones. The iPhone 7, LG G6, OnePlus 3T, and most other top-of-line smartphones (with the notable exception of the Samsung S8) carry two camera len... Read more.
Monday 24 April 2017 by Chase Raz
Introduction Microsoft released their phone-as-a-desktop solution Continuum over a year and a half ago with the Lumia 950 smartphone. Now, Samsung is making their phone-as-desktop solution, DeX, available as an add-on to the just-released Samsung G... Read more.
Thursday 20 April 2017 by Chase Raz
The concept of a Universal Basic Income, or UBI, is continually growing in the United States and other highly developed nations. UBI is an economic practice that guarantees a baseline income that is set at a level balanced to ensure that necessities... Read more.
Tuesday 18 April 2017 by Chase Raz
It's not possible to say whether you'll ever use one or not, but foldable phones are apparently being developed simultaneously by Microsoft, Samsung, and LG. Microsoft sent three patent applications to the US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) la... Read more.
Monday 17 April 2017 by Chase Raz
Snapchat founder and CEO Evan Spiegel is somewhat controversial and his understanding of business fundamentals has been questioned by Multinewmedia and by others. Spiegel is back in the news not for alienating an ecosystem of over a billion users, but n... Read more.
Monday 10 April 2017 by Chase Raz
Introduction Part 1: Conglomerates Part 2: Privacy Part 3: Neutrality Introduction For a more in-depth overview of this topic, listen to Episode 68 of the Multinewmedia podcast. Many people use the... Read more.
Monday 3 April 2017 by Chase Raz
Samsung and LG are head-to-head again. Not only are they the only two fully vertically integrated electronics companies on planet Earth, but they're also the companies with the hottest spring 2017 phone releases. Blackberry and Windows phones are bygone d... Read more.
Thursday 23 March 2017 by Chase Raz
What is a developer supposed to do? Should you use MVC, MVVM, SOA or another architecture? C#, Java, or one of a thousands of other languages? Agile, Scrum, or waterfall methodology? The decisions that developers have to make seem endless: architec... Read more.
Wednesday 8 March 2017 by Chase Raz
I've worked with the Florida Department of Transportation before, and they're nice people. That being said, their organization isn't successfully transitioning Florida's infrastructure to meet modern needs. This is why I'm particularly interested in wat... Read more.
Friday 3 March 2017 by Chase Raz
It worries me to make a specific prediction such as "SnapChat is worthless in the long run" because specific predictions have a way of being wrong. But what I have complete confidence in saying is: SnapChat's value is extremely questionable. While a... Read more.
Thursday 23 February 2017 by Chase Raz
You may not often associate Mickey Mouse with research and development, but Disney Research has been truly busy over the past several years. They've developed a 3D printer for fabric, innovated RFID applications, and has most recently created the first r... Read more.
Wednesday 22 February 2017 by Chase Raz
Don't fret, search enthusiasts of the world, but Google Site Search is going extinct. Chances are that most technologists and business observers never even knew that the service existed--and it has since 2008--but still they are likely to be utterly out... Read more.
Wednesday 25 January 2017 by Chase Raz
Today, the Dow Jones Industrial Average topped 20,000 for the first time. This is a very momentous occasion for anyone within the field of business. This development can be traced to Wall Street's optimism that the Trump administration is signaling its... Read more.
Saturday 17 December 2016 by Chase Raz
It might be possible to say that Multinewmedia got it's start because of the time I spent as a freelance writer for the now-defunct Examiner.com. Behind-the-scenes the community among writers was great but the company was daft on management, so I went ro... Read more.
Tuesday 6 December 2016 by Chase Raz
At 12:30 P.M. EST on 6 December 2016 our site migration was completed. During the process, we moved away from Blogger and onto our own custom-developed site that was built from the ground up exclusively to fit our needs. Throughout the remainder of De... Read more.
Wednesday 30 November 2016 by Chase Raz
Throughout 2016, I embarked upon a part-time journey to build a new Multinewmedia website. The site is a perpetual work-in-progress and a never-ending project, but the launch version is making its way to the Interwebs as I write this post! With th... Read more.