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  • Appvice

    4 Ways to Avoid Nintendo’s Super Mario Mobile Mistake

    For gamers of all ages, few properties elicit more excitement than a certain Italian plumber in a red cap and well-worn overalls. Gaming juggernaut Nintendo was banking on this in December when it released Super…

    Posted by Q Manning on 02/07/17

  • Business

    Making the Case for Cultural Fit

    Good experience and stellar references make job candidates stand out, but culture fit can be the deciding factor. According to a 2016 survey, human resources teams often prioritize cultural fit when looking at recent college…

    Posted by Michael Manning on 03/12/17

  • Business

    Improving Ourselves: Ten SXSW Panels We Hope to Learn From

    SXSW Interactive is upon us! The sessions! The keynotes! The parties! This year we have five members of our team who will be attending many of the sessions, keynotes, and networking events. This year has…

    Posted by Rocksauce Studios on 03/04/17

  • Business

    VR’s Hope for Survival Lies Outside the Gaming World

    Remember when virtual reality was considered a ridiculous pipe dream relegated to ’80s sci-fi stories? Well, leading into the 2016 holiday season, it seemed like that “Tron”-like dream had come true. You could just mention…

    Posted by Q Manning on 02/21/17

  • Business

    4 Keys to SXSW From an Austin Expert

    Since it began in 1987, South by Southwest has been one of the top conferences and festivals in the country, celebrating the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries. At this Austin conference, you’ll…

    Posted by Michael Manning on 02/11/17

  • Business

    Dear Managers: Quit Adulting and Start Playing

    It is still January, and being the top performing manager you are, you have been thinking of ways to be better at work. Not a resolution of course, because those are meant to be broken.…

    Posted by Rocksauce Studios on 01/22/17

  • Business

    3 Steps to Profit With Shared Data Experiences

    These days, sensors are everywhere: Phones know where their users have been, what music they’ve listened to and which events they've agreed to attend. And while the data that results is a powerful tool for…

    Posted by Q Manning on 12/30/16