Rain Issue 10

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MARCH MADNESS /THE RAIN PICKS
 

Counting down the days to the final! The sports nerds at Rain celebrate March Madness by spending the entire month submitting their brackets and chatting about upsets, Sweet 16s, and Final Fours. The Rain picks have been winning for the most part. When it comes down to the final buzzer- whoever gets closest with their bracket gets an extra vacation day! Best of luck to the sports fans!

 
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MUBBL, COVERING ALL THE ANGLES
 

Ever want to see an event through someone else’s eyes? How about everyone else’s eyes? We’re pretty jazzed about the release of Mubbl. It lets you view an event as an aggregate of everyone’s posts, photos, and experiences. You can catch up on anything you missed at your sister’s wedding or at the most recent SXSW and then share your own perspective. See the Project >>

 
 
 
 
ADOBE ANALYTICS WILL BLOW YOUR MIND!
 

Our partners over at Adobe eat, drink, and sleep analytics. So sometimes it comes as a shock to them when other people just don’t get it. They asked us to help them create a tool that could help clients assess their company’s current analytic standing and then get on track to reach their goals. We don’t think taking surveys and crunching numbers has to be a chore, so we designed a web app that approached the UI in an interactive, fun, and visual way. Features include HTML 5 animation, offline mode (including results caching), and a full PDF report emailed to the user for more effective, in-depth use. You may have even bumped into one of our iPads at the recent Adobe Summit.

 
 
DON'T BE THE LAST BRAIN PICKED
 

PickTheBrain is a website dedicated to self improvement with a focus on personal productivity, motivation, and self education. We recently redesigned the website with a new look & feel for the brand as well as better placement of ads. We will be launching a Community Blog portal shortly that will allow select readers to post their own blogs to PTB. PickTheBrain diverges from traditional “self-help” by taking a broader approach. Rather than sticking to a small set of topics, the site covers anything related to self improvement. Any information that people can use to live more prosperous, satisfying lives is a potential article. This blog attracts close to a million hits a month! See the Project >>

 
 
 
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