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Happy Monday from Directory of Minneapolis.
I know Mondays are depressing.
The weekend Is over and you can’t wait for the next weekend to come.
Take your mind off Monday and watch these funny videos and start off …
If you’re looking for a true Uptowner, you’ve found him in William Gilbreath. For 28 years, Gilbreath has called the area around Lake and Hennepin Avenues home. His favorite hangout is Figlio, an Uptown institution. …
MN Governor Tim Pawlenty and WI Governor Jim Doyle will tour the St. Croix River on a boat and announce a cooperative agreement to clean up and maintain the river.
The Directory of Minneapolis has new updates for you. Minneapolis and the surrounding areas have a lot going this weekend, get out and enjoy it.
The countdown also begins to the Great Minnesota Get Together. The …
Don’t forget about lowly SMS. It’s old and a little creaky, but as we like to say here, ignore it at your peril. Sure it sounds all kinds of backward, but then consider that the future of music on the iPhone and iPod are apps from Pandora, Lala and Spotify that allow you to listen to popular music for free. That’s right: free! They use all this whiz-bang technology to stream low-quality versions of songs right to your little handheld
The Minnesota Fringe Festival kicks off It’s 15 year anniversary on July 30, 2009. If you are looking for performance art at it’s purest level, this is the Festival you don’t want to miss out …
Online video is of huge interest to digital marketers right now, and barely a week goes by without research on its continuing growth in an otherwise stormy advertising environment. That being said it is a very new medium in many senses and a number of misconceptions do exist.
Hello Twin Cities! Directory of Minneapolis brings you updates for area festivals every Wednesday through the “Great Minnesota Get Together”.
Upcoming festivals brings more live music, food and fun for the entire family. There are …
Watchdogs are warning that a new anti-counterfeiting treaty could wreak havoc with the “Internet economy” unless changes are made. In a recent letter to U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk, a coalition of nine groups including the American Association of Law Libraries, Computer and Communications Industry Association, Electronic Frontier Foundation and Public Knowledge, say that the treaty provisions relating to the Web should be removed.
Ad spending plans for online and mobile media have rebounded more than any other major media, according to the most recent in an every-other-monthly series of surveys tracking to optimism of advertisers and agency media buying executives (Online Media Daily July 17), but marketers are slightly more bullish than their agency counterparts, especially for mobile.
Another sign that Minneapolis Is a great place to live.
Researchers are slapping a happy-face sticker on Minneapolis as tops among “The Happiest Cities for Families.”
Minneapolis got high marks from the Oregon-based research firm Sperling’s BestPlaces …
Huzzah! The NHL has released its 2009-10 regular season schedule, and the sound you just heard was thousands of puckheads scheduling their lives from October through next June. And hey: The Phoenix Coyotes are on the schedule! With actual regular-season games! (Ed. Note: Since there’s some confusion already: sarcasm, people. Sarcasm.) Indeed, as Sean Leahy broke the news here earlier in the week, Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins will open the John Tavares era for the New York Islanders on Oct