Category Archives for News

old tech
March 31st, 2014

Are tablets becoming out of touch with the needs of the marketplace? Market analysts have begun to read the tea leaves of Q4 sales of tablets, and the slowed growth has many seeing device saturation in consumer sectors. At the … Read More

maintaining a website v2
March 31st, 2014

When was the last time you clicked through your company’s website? Did it seem fresh, engaging, and receptive to potential customers? Though a website nowadays is an essential tool for any business, many businesses treat their website as a finished … Read More

Internet has changed education v2
March 31st, 2014

Technology’s role in education has come a long way in the past 25+ years. No longer are the days a 4th grade class, walks in a single-file line, to their one-hour weekly ‘computer special’. Today, technology is woven into the … Read More

illustration process
February 24th, 2014

Illustration can breathe life into any design. With respect to website design specifically, illustration and graphic design work harmoniously to instill both function and beauty to a website. At Media Genesis, we’re fortunate enough to have two illustrators on staff … Read More

social hacking
February 24th, 2014

What could you afford to lose? Access to your bank account? Your PayPal account? Your E*Trade portfolio? Your Picasa photos? Maybe your personal email account? Probably none of them. But hacking technology is becoming increasingly sophisticated, with Arbor Networks reporting … Read More

facebook birthday
February 24th, 2014

As Facebook turns ten this month, it’s helpful to consider the site’s origins and development. When the social media site launched in 2004, it was a largely exclusive online club, open to select college students and used primarily for dating … Read More

Article Header: Text: Mesh Networks for a Better World; Image: hands clasping
January 29th, 2014

After Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines at the end of 2013, one of the starkest response deficits took place in the communications. As rescuers tried to help besieged victims, they were unable to locate all the survivors because the communications … Read More

Article Header: Technology Trends for Nonprofits
January 29th, 2014

As income disparity has increased in America, the need for nonprofits has grown. At the same time, managing resources to reduce administration costs and deliver higher ROI on marketing has become increasingly crucial as donors have increasingly scrutinized nonprofits’ financials … Read More

Article Header: No Appointment, No Problem. A virtual doctor is helping a patient from her nightstand.
January 29th, 2014

The office visit may slowly be going the way of the housecall. In 2014, health technologies, including wearable health monitors, mobile apps to manage chronic disease, and virtual appointments are helping consumers make their healthcare more accessible and convenient. Patients … Read More

Newsletter Article Header: Let's Make 2014 the Year We Embrace Creativity
December 26th, 2013

Anyone in a creative field will recognize the following pattern: You’re asked to come up with creative ideas—new and exciting ideas. Thrilled, you assemble your team. Then, you present your ideas to your client or your boss or whoever, and … Read More

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