Author: David Martin

David Martin is a freelance web designer and developer with a passion for marketing and technology. He enjoys helping others learn how to use technology to improve their business and teaching others how to use the interwebs and their devices to make their lives better. In his spare time (whatever that is), David ?s geocaching, racquetball, softball, disc golf, and staying active in the local community. He is the founder of the @bloomingtonweb Meetup group. He also works full time for @deepbluegear and @snorkelmart
Do What You Love: Be Creative!

Do What You Love: Be Creative!

I was doing some spring cleaning and organizing the categories on my blog today into better categories for all of the blog readers (Thanks Mom). I came across a blog post titled, “Be Courageous With Your Creativity” from five years ago and I think it’s a good read. It encourages you to add a little …

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A Wonderful Visit to Amazon’s Headquarters in Seattle and Bothell, Washington

A Wonderful Visit to Amazon’s Headquarters in Seattle and Bothell, Washington

Thanks to David McLean, Kathy Welch-McLean, and Agen Schmitz for welcoming me to the Lean Channel Management team in style. It was such a pleasure flying out (despite the cold snowy Indiana weather) to meet all of you in the great state of Washington. It was my first trip to Washington and it was way above and beyond what …

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Coursera Partners with Google to offer an IT Support Professional Certificate

Coursera Partners with Google to offer an IT Support Professional Certificate

I’m excited to say that I recently found out about Google partnering with Coursera, a popular e-learning platform to offer a six course program that culminates in an IT Support Professional Certificate. I received a scholarship to attend classes through Coursera’s partnership with Google and I enrolled in class today. I will be learning some …

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A Mean, Clean, Well-Oiled Machine in 2018

A Mean, Clean, Well-Oiled Machine in 2018

It’s that time of year where everyone reflects on the last 365 days and sets forth a new slate for the coming year. Perhaps you are picking up some new habits, looking to shed some old, or you are committed to live your life how you want and are pretty happy with how things are. …

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