3-Emoji Review: Giving + Blocking + Clapping

Posted on: 10/02/15, 7:18pm

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Fueling Good Is All About Giving Back
Now, you can dine out AND put money towards a good cause. Yes, that means you don’t need to feel guilty about eating the whole burger. Blue Plate Gives has launched at Longfellow Grill with their own Fuel Good Machine. If you dine with Longfellow, you will receive a Blue Chip to vote on your favorite of five charities. Whomever receives the most votes, gets a $1500 donation; voting continues through October 6th. Your turn! Treat yourself to those tasty Longfellow sweet potato fries (sorry, must be hungry) and fuel good. Join the conversation at #BluePlateGives.

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The Strib Says F*ck Ad Block
Ad-blocking extensions for browsers and mobile devices are the hottest of hot topics for publishers right now, and with good reason—most websites are overwhelmed with a deluge of horrible, painful, terrible banner ads, but that’s how sites (not SotC, but most sites) make their money. Some intrepid twitterers found out yesterday that the Star Tribune is fighting back against ad blockers with a script called ‘FuckAdBlock’ that they procured from the internet and are using in violation of the script’s license. Let the ad block wars begin!

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A Standing Ovation for your Neighbors 
Stories enrich local communities. Specifically, stories of success, hard work and a steel-knit passion for bold moves. That’s why Deluxe Corporation is celebrating their 100 year anniversary by becoming the ultimate champion of small business’ alike. Deluxe created an inspirational documentary following 100 stories of the The Small Business Revolution that premiered at Aria, September 30th. Watch the goodness here. Join the conversation at #SmallBusinessRevolution.

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