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Archive for November, 2010

Cincinnati’s International Assets: Q&A with Anne Cappel of the EACC

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

As Executive Director of the European American Chamber of Commerce, Anne Cappel is one of Cincinnati’s leading experts in international business. While working to connect Cincinnati businesses to the rest of the world, she is also committed to fostering an environment to attract foreign investment.


Sam I Am

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

The iPhone does it again. Using mobile Photoshop to create a soft focus feel and the HiDef  app for exaggerated saturated color and contrast.

Photo by:  Jon Keeling

Best of 2010: 10 Blogs We Love

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

1. SwissMiss

Swiss Miss is simple, innovative and features fresh, intriguing content that we like to forward on to others.

2. UrbanCincy

Since launching in 2007, we’ve watched UrbanCincy grow from a cool local blog to an informative, professional news source. Editor Randy Simes has become a key figure in Cincinnati’s news community and with an eye for content and in 2010 launched a clean, user-friendly format that works well for UrbanCincy.

3. Harvard Business Review Blog Network

The HBR Blogs are what you would expect: relaxed, shorter versions of content appropriate for Harvard Business Review audiences. Covering a wide-range of topics from management to marketing, this blog should be on every professional’s list of daily reading across categories of business.


Simple Pleasures

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

A Stella Artois on the veranda …. shot on an iPhone then HDR’ed (high definition app) to pump up the contrast and color saturation.  Delicious.
Photo by:  Jon Keeling

The Evolving World of Workplace Fashion

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

In the late 1990s and 2000s, the “jeans are OK” creative culture and easy-going dress codes spread as the dot-com boom and then social media transcended the American office. Within the context of the economic recession, both creative professionals and political figures, like President Obama, have emerged as role models helping to extend business casual as an avenue to communicate accessibility. Now that we are emerging from the recession, where is fashion at work headed and what can we expect in the future?

I recently chatted with Emily Worstell, Senior Trends Analyst at LPK about where office apparel is headed. Emily’s expertise in trends developed through a passion for fashion during her time at the University of Cincinnati’s prestigious DAAP program, where she earned a degree in Fashion Design Product Development.