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Pocketstop Does Things Differently: Odd Friday Networking

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on Jun 27, 2014 9:16:17 AM

Here at Pocketstop we are passionate about what we do. So passionate, that in the beginning I didn’t even take a salary! Ha. Most entrepreneurs can empathize with me on that. It takes time to grow, build, craft, create and nurture a new business into a successful one. And most never get there — they fail. After putting so much time, energy and effort into their passion, sometimes is just doesn’t work out. But sometimes it does. Sometimes it works. And when it does, it’s like seeing the Disney World castle for the first time when you’re six years old! It’s magical! Here at Pocketstop I am happy to be able to say it is working. We are growing, building, crafting, creating and nurturing our company so we can provide our clients with the best possible communication solutions — we want them to get that Disney World feeling too.

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Topics: Business, Mobile, mobile, networking, News, Pocketstop People, Technology, Odd Friday, Trending

How I Sparked My Memory with Firefly

Posted by previewpstop on May 7, 2012 12:40:56 PM

I am a visual person. In fact, there’s a joke around the office that you can’t fully communicate with me unless you’re using hand signals. (I’ve already given Lee credit for Daniel’s ideas, because Lee explained them to me using hand signals and Daniel did not.) Anyway, I’m visual. I can remember a face forever. If I see you in passing, you will look familiar to me the next time I see you. And, I’m pretty good at remembering where I was when I met someone, if I recall what the room looked like when we met. But, I’m terrible – TERRIBLE – at remembering names!

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Topics: networking, Uncategorized, firefly, mobile gaming