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  • Picture Rapid City’s Past
    Picture Rapid City’s Past The Challenge The Rapid City Historic Preservation Commission's job is to ensure that construction work in the city's historic districts meets federal standards for historic properties. This noble goal can occasionally be unpopular. "No, you can't tear down that 110-year-old brick schoolhouse to put up an office building." "No, you…
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  • Great video of last summer’s Doodle Downtown chalk art...

    Feb 1, 2016 | 17:08 pm

    Great video of last summer’s Doodle Downtown chalk art competition, organized by TDG’s own Laurel Antonmarchi. The event was last summer at Main Street Square in Rapid City.  Stephen Peot of Rapid City shot and edited the film. He definitely[…]

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  • Interesting conversation with Laurel Antonmarchi over lunch...

    Dec 4, 2015 | 17:46 pm

    Interesting conversation with Laurel Antonmarchi over lunch... Interesting conversation with Laurel Antonmarchi over lunch yesterday about how passion for your work affects the quality of your work. I told her about my experience years ago with a couple of coffee roasters. The first roaster loved the smell,[…]

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  • The songwriter’s lot is a tough one — personal rewards are...

    Oct 9, 2015 | 17:22 pm

    The songwriter’s lot is a tough one — personal rewards are... The songwriter’s lot is a tough one — personal rewards are great, and the financial rewards can be. But few songwriter achieve the type of celebrity status as the musicians who record those songs.Members of the up-and-coming Nashville band, Old[…]

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  • Front-End Website Developer

    Sep 27, 2015 | 16:46 pm

    Job Title: Front-End Website DeveloperSalary:  $32,000 - $37,000 per year DOEQStatus: Full TimeCompany: TDG Communications, located in Deadwood, South Dakota, is a full-service advertising agency, specializing in branding, public relations, creative, media placement, interactive marketing, video, and web development.Job Description:[…]

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  • Creating Kick-Ass Login Passwords

    May 30, 2014 | 16:50 pm

    Creating Kick-Ass Login Passwords If online safety and security isn’t a concern to you then you are going to get in trouble sooner or later. Books have been written about this subject but let’s just focus on one simple point. PasswordsThe single biggest threat[…]

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  • Keystone Chamber’s new website is monumental!

    May 29, 2014 | 18:01 pm

    Keystone Chamber’s new website is monumental! TDG is proud to present the Keystone Chamber of Commerce’s shiny new website! Designed with a clean uncluttered look, this site will make your trip-planning to the Black Hills a breeze.The Keystone website focuses more on content that helps users[…]

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  • Free + Premium = Freemium

    Apr 17, 2014 | 15:43 pm

    Free + Premium = Freemium Got to love the evolving English language. My latest favorite word: Freemium. In just eight characters, it sums up the popular online marketing tool. Give away a product with limited usability for FREE, then offer to sell the PREMIUM version. Free+premium=freemium. Brilliant.[…]

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  • Snowmobiling with the Rushmore Mascots

    Mar 26, 2014 | 15:47 pm

    Snowmobiling with the Rushmore Mascots Working for a full-service advertising and public relations firm in the Black Hills, you never know what project you might be doing. Some are downright fun. I mean, how can you not have fun snowmobiling in Spearfish Canyon with George, Tom, Teddy[…]

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  • Best tourism website in Illinois! Congrats to Blackhawk Waterways

    Feb 4, 2014 | 15:29 pm

    Best tourism website in Illinois! Congrats to Blackhawk Waterways A  TDG Communications website won the Illinois Governor’s Award of Excellence. Our client, Blackhawk Waterways Convention & Visitors Bureau in Polo, Ill., won the award Monday night at the 2014 Illinois Governor’s Conference on Travel & Tourism in Chicago.The website[…]

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  • If you make a living in the public eye, free speech has a price

    Dec 23, 2013 | 18:47 pm

    If you make a living in the public eye, free speech has a price At a newspaper I worked for several years ago, there was a young guy who worked part-time as a photographer. One night, after a few too many beers, he wandered into a convenience store to use the restroom. The clerk[…]

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