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Thank you AT&T

December 17, 2014 3:15 p.m.

I don’t often find myself in the position of gratitude for large corporations, quite the contrary.  I am often frustrated with their disregard for customers, replete with endless phone trees (please listen carefully because our menu has recently changed), offshore call centers and indifferent staff.

This was a path we were heading down last week.  Having recently upgraded the discussion forum software for the National Employment Lawyers Association of Illinois, we found that all mail was being delivered properly with the exception of mail sent to the domain.  The bounced email contained some cryptic information ...

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Updated 12/17/14 @ 03:15PM UTC by Brian Moloney

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Categories: Business


The RockHall votes are in - all 58 million

December 17, 2014 11:05 a.m.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2015 has been announced, and Imaginary was part of the action!

As part of the voting process, the Hall of Fame opens up voting to the general public via its Fan Vote page.  Starting when the nominees were announced on October 9th and continuing until December 11th, the Fan Vote amassed 58 million votes.

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Updated 12/17/14 @ 11:05AM UTC by Brian Moloney

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Categories: Cool Web Stuff Web News

Got Rot?

December 08, 2014 10:57 a.m.

A 2014 study released by the Harvard Law Review shows that an alarming number of hyperlinks go bad in a surprisingly short time.

Link Rot has been a problem from the very beginning of the web.  Over time, websites can come-and-go and redesigns can change the location of content - the result being a link that is no longer available.  In 2012, The Chesapeake Digital Preservation Group, a collaboration between the Georgetown Law and Harvard Law School Libraries, and the State Law Libraries of Maryland and Virginia, completed its 5th annual Link Rot study and found that 38% of ...

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Updated 12/08/14 @ 10:57AM UTC by Brian Moloney

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Categories: Research User Interface


The Onion films at the Imaginary office

August 30, 2013 1:59 p.m.

This week, The Onion arrived at the Imaginary Landscape office to film a short segment for their website, "CEO Has Special Knack For Recognizing Great Ideas and Ruining Them."  Featured in the film was Imaginary Landscape's own Jenn Sedik (Tara Callies), Dustin Lacewell (Jason Rutherford) and Joe Jasinski (Tim Williams).

"I saw an email sent by an Onion staffer asking if anyone could spare an office for filming and volunteered," said Brian Moloney, Managing Partner of Imaginary Landscape,  "I might have had second thoughts if the title was 'Managing Partner Has Special Knack for Recognizing Great Ideas ...

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Updated 08/30/13 @ 01:59PM UTC by Brian Moloney

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Categories: Fun


Ladies and gentlemen, the Rolling Stones

May 23, 2013 12:12 p.m.

This week marks the opening of the Rolling Stones "50 Years of Satisfaction" exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.  

In conjunction with the exhibit, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum has launched a fan-generated interactive exhibition encouraging fans to post photos and information about the band that will populate the exhibit, both in the museum as well as online.

Imaginary Landscape just launched the online portion of the exhibit at which will consolidate all the Twitter and Instagram posts containing the hashtag #rockhallsatisfaction onto a single online location ...

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Updated 05/23/13 @ 12:12PM UTC by Brian Moloney

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Categories: Cool Web Stuff Fun Web News