Seatrade Organizer CMPi Unveils New Show Identity and Logo

\MIAMI — CMP Information, long time organizers of the Seatrade Cruise Shipping Convention, have unveiled a new logo and branding message to better reflect the positioning of the convention within the global cruise industry. The new logo ( http://www.cruiseshippingmiami.com/ ) and branding message updates the look …  Read More

Downtown Greensboro Inc. gets new logo

Downtown Greensboro Inc. has designed a new logo as part of a branding campaign to represent changes that center city has gone through over the past 10 years.  Read More

Countys new logo design chosen

Shropshire Council leaders choose a logo for the county’s new unitary authority.  Read More

Seatrade Organizer CMPi Unveils New Show Identity and Logo

CMP Information, long time organizers of the Seatrade Cruise Shipping Convention, have unveiled a new logo and branding message to better reflect the positioning of the convention within the global cruise industry.  Read More

Fox launches live Web streaming of shows

U.S. television network Fox says it will stream the season premieres of two of its shows live on its Web site but only to users with .edu addresses. Television networks had waited at least a day to post streaming versions of their first-run shows to their Web sites but in a bid to solidify its fan base among college students, Fox says it will show the premieres of Fringe and the... Read More

Staff plans to beef up citys Web site: Ideas include adding video, citizen input

DECATUR – As part of efforts to bring city government into the digital age and to work toward improving neighborhoods, city staff members are planning to put more online and video content on the city’s Web site and provide more means of citizen input.  Read More

MSU launches bold, colorful Web site

Minnesota State University hopes bold colors, a modern look and professionally produced video will turn its Web site into a must-surf site among prospective students.  Read More

Web designer files federal lawsuit against city, officials

A Sheboygan Web developer is seeking $250,000 in damages in a federal lawsuit filed last week against Mayor Juan Perez and other city officials, after the developer was ordered to remove a link to the citys Internet site.  Read More

Tangled Web: Nabbing Deals On Travel Sites

Online travel agencies are regaining some ground by offering aggressive deals and highlighting package pricing. Competition among these sources means that even as travel expenses are pushed skyward, consumers can still find deals — if they spend the time looking.  Read More

Digital Signage Media Player features fanless design.

Measuring 11 x 8.2 x 1.6 in., NDiS 161 is powered by Intel® Mobile Core(TM) 2 Duo/Core(TM) Duo/Celeron processors and Intel® 945GME chipset. It integrates DVI-I, S-Video, SPFD, and composite display output, and provides up to 1,920 x 1,080 resolution with multi-screen display capability. Unit includes SATA 2.5 in. HDD, CF (Type I/II), and u-DOC interfaces for media and contents... Read More