Logicblock Blog

When Someone “Gets It”

I love when I explain to someone what we’re creating and they “get” it. What I mean by this is not even a minute into the conversation that person sees how the product would impact their life. Their eyes light up and and they talk more excitedly. They lean in the more you talk and …

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The Small Things

Few weeks ago my ipod went through the washing machine. Which sucked. I use it for running with my Nike+ shoes and system. I then realized I would no longer have Lance Armstrong to yell in my ear to get me to run up the morning’s hills the next day. So I got myself into …

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Signing Off

With the great Logicblock features in our Online Business Builder product like email campaigns, and additional customer and market tools you have it’s easy to see the power behind this way to communicate your brand.  Often we find users who attempt unique ways of “signing off” at the bottom of their communications.  These ways are …

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Logicblock Website Redesigned

The Logicblock Website has been completely redesigned. Your old favorites are still included but we’ve added some new goodies too. Come back often to read new posts to our Blog as well as exciting new announcements. We will be updating our website with a significant amount of information over the next few months, so we …

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There’s a new web browser in town – Google Chrome

Google released their own web browser today, Google Chrome. Right now it’s only available for Windows XP and Vista but I’m sure it will be cross platform soon. It’s based on WebKit which is the same rendering engine that Apple uses for Safari. This is a good things for web developers as we won’t have …

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Taming the PCI Compliance Monster

The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) requires that if you accept, transmit or store credit cardholder data you must meet the requirements contained within the standard. The problem is that many people don’t know what that means. If you deal with credit cards and are required to meet the PCI DSS, my …

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