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May 12, 2016
Hacking the Workspace
Physical space facilitates quality work in the digital space. An open room can invite conversation as effectively as a closed room can kill it. Last month, Product Designer Michelle Kang flew to Washington D.C. to work on a project that yielded the perfect opportunity to hack a space for optimal collaboration.
New Customer Portal
Experience the New Customer Portal!
Users will love the newly redesigned Customer Portal, designed with a self-service Knowledge Base, which is easily searchable from anywhere in the portal.  The best part? No waiting! Find your answers quickly and easily to common issues and get back in business sooner.
How The Martian And Radiohead Explain Open Source
How ‘The Martian’ and Radiohead Explain Open Source
What do these two pop-culture references have to do with Open Source? Only everything. Read on about Andy Weir's accidental use of Open Source ideology in how he approached the publication of his novel, and how Radiohead has been doing the same with their music for years. 
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