Tuesday Tech Links 4.15.14


15 April 2014 | Add a comment

Our dev team’s weekly recurring links to resources and techy stuff that puts some geek in your week!

This weeks tech links include a moon landing, superheroic JS resources, and limitless bullshit.
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Pro Tips: How To Handle Heartbleed


10 April 2014 | 1 comment

Call us bleeding hearts, but Heartbleed makes us concerned for your online security. We told you earlier what you should know about Heartbleed, and since it’s been a vulnerability in 2/3 of all websites for 2 years, it’s probably a good time to reset your passwords.

Resetting the many keys to your digital world is a project right up there next to taxes and root canals. So we asked FINE’s team of professional project managers to publish their “pro tips” on how to make this otherwise painful task, you know, manageable.
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Designspiration: 4.10.14


10 April 2014 | Comments Off

The FINE design team’s weekly recurring list o’ links to things that blend some creative juice into your mix.

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was DESIGN LINKS.
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Thanks IxDA PDX!


10 April 2014 | Comments Off

You know when you hear about an amazing conference you wish you could go to, but it’s on the other side of the world and there aren’t any tickets left? Or have you ever attended a crazy-long conference and at the end, wished someone had previewed it for you and cherry-picked the top presentations?

Well, last Tuesday a few of our FINE team members were granted both wishes!
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Heartbleed: What You Should Know


10 April 2014 | Comments Off


Monday night a major bug in OpenSSL was detected. It’s called “Heartbleed.” Right away, it sounds like a terrible malady. And while it’s not really a virus, it really is not so good.

Here are 5 questions you should ask and we can answer:
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Wellness Wednesday: The Magic of Ergonomics


9 April 2014 | Comments Off

No matter who you are or where you work, you can likely benefit from having the ergonomics of your workspace evaluated by a professional.

We did, and our minds were blown!
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Tuesday Tech Links 4.8.14


8 April 2014 | Comments Off

Our dev team’s weekly recurring links to resources and techy stuff that puts some geek in your week!

Here at the Tech Links we like to imaginate experiences to synergize employees and increasify productivitazation. This week, motivate your team of rock stars and ninjas with ALL CAPS NAMES!
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Digital Project Managers – Unite!


7 April 2014 | Comments Off

On a recent Saturday afternoon, close to 50 attendees gathered in a former warehouse space in inner NE Portland for a meeting of the minds. And a few FINE minds from our project direction team were among them.
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More Play for More People: Inspiring Inclusive Play


7 April 2014 | Comments Off

Welcome to the wonderful world of Harper’s Playground.

Harper’s Playground is an “inclusive” playground in Portland, Oregon designed for people and imaginations of all ages, abilities, and talents.

This playground completely disregards the typical playground model of cement, bark chips, weird plastic castle structures, and bucket swings. It does, however, encapsulate exciting adventures out in the wild, the wonders of the beach, group play, and fun for everyone.
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Our Pets on the Net: Ep. 15


4 April 2014 | Comments Off

If there’s one thing our staff has in common with the Internet, it’s that they both depend on pets. Pets reduce work-related stress. They inspire much brainywork. One look at them and all artifice slips away – they remind you you’re human. And the more human you are, the more superhuman work you do.

Each week we’ll introduce you to a 4-legged friend that keeps our high-flying agency down-to-earth. Because of good reasons. But mainly, we want our pets to be on the Internet.
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