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October 2019 News & Notes

Halloween marks the midpoint in the fall conference schedule. We've had the pleasure to meet many of you at recent events, and we hope to see you at shows coming up in November and December. Thank you for allowing us to serve you. We wish you all a safe evening out...

The Case For cellular Text and Message Reminders

Receiving a text (i.e., instant message or SMS) reminder about an upcoming event has become mainstream in the past few years. Whether it’s the status of a flight or an appointment with the doctor, consumers have come to expect reminder notifications from their service...

Fall News & Notes

Listen… With faint dry sound, Like steps of passing ghosts, The leaves, frost-crisp’d, break from the trees And fall. Crapsey (1878-1914) is not much remembered now, but she left one important poetic legacy: the cinquain, or five-line unrhymed stanza form, modeled on...

August 2019 News & Notes

The dog days of summer are drawing to a close, and the kids are going back to school. We hope all of you enjoyed a safe season and found at least a little extra time to spend with family and friends. SMARTMD has come a long way over the past 20 years and looks forward...

July 2019 News & Notes

July is summer heart health month. When the temperature goes up in the summer months, exercising outside can become challenging. Even heat-loving, sun-seeking exercisers can become overheated when the sun is beaming down in the heat of the day. Here are some...

Do you accept Libra?

Libra is a new kind of currency announced in June by Facebook. It is, at its heart, a new blockchain-based, crypto-currency. While there remain several potentially steep legislative hills to climb, Facebook is targeting 2020 for an initial public...

4th of July News & Notes

Fifty years ago Apollo 11 blasted off to carry astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. to the moon—a task that’s difficulty seemed to transcend the word, “hard”, suggested by President John F. Kennedy in his now famous, “We choose to go...

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