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Beam Me Up Scotty... Farewell Tribute

(January 2005)

GreenTentacles provided graphic design and web development services for The James Doohan Farewell Tribute, an officially licensed Star Trek Convention by Planet Xpo...

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Redesigning for the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society

(December 2002)

In the middle of 2001, GreenTentacles redesigned the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society's (PSFS) website. Just in time for WorldCon2001 in Philadelphia...

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I'm Against the SSSCA

(March 2002)

Certain members of Congress hope to embed copy-protection controls in nearly all consumer electronic devices and PCs. I don't think that's such a good idea...

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What is Speculative Fiction?

(March 2002)

As a part of our ongoing mission, with the help of others in the speculative fiction industry, we try to define the genre, in this living article...

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How to Support Your Fans

(February 2002)

Face it, whether you're an illustrator, author, producer, or publisher, you have fans (or at least fans of your products). But have you ever thought that those people who want to be your best friend, could actually be your best friend? Here's how you can help your fans use you to your advantage, and theirs...

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GenCon/WorldCon 2001 Review

(November 2001)

In the summer of 2001 GreenTentacles got hit with a double whammy of conventions. That's right - the same volatile mix that hit the Midwest in 2000. GenCon/WorldCon. Whether it's a science fiction convention or a role-playing game convention - it's all good...

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Read the News

(May 2001)

It occurred to me one day that there is one thing that any company or individual can do to put themselves ahead of any competition...

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A Sixth Sense of Business

(March 2001)

Without paying attention to some basic business principles, as illustrated in M. Night Shyamalan's 'The Sixth Sense' you'll find yourself saying 'I see dead companies' and it might be yours...

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Mock-reality Web and Speculative Fiction

(February 2001)

In the summer of 1999 a small web site publicized the discovery of footage that related to disappearances in Maryland in October of 1994. The footage was released in theaters across the nation and was a major success. It forced people to recognize that the Internet could be used to great effect... This is that story...

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Create a Newsletter

(February 2001)

Creating a newsletter can help you to keep in touch with people who are highly loyal to your speculative fiction business. Here is what you need to know...

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Speculative Fiction Retail

(January 2001)

Retail of speculative fiction products comes from specialty shops, mega-marts, and the more recent online mega-retailers. There is a certain way that the different types of retailers have traditionally worked together, but that is changing...

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Business Lessons in Speculative Fiction

(January 2001)

Recently we realized that Speculative Fiction stories hold valuable lessons for business in general. We examine several science fiction classics of the fifties to see if they hold any lessons that need to be learned by the speculative fiction businesses of today. Lessons that it's never too late to learn...

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A Speculative Christmas

(December 2000)

The Holidays are filled with speculative fiction, for those who truly look. Whether it's a flying reindeer or animated snowmen, or even that cheery old Holiday classic, the Holidays belong to speculative fiction...

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Don't Hire A Fan, Yet!

(December 2000)

You may think that hiring speculative fiction fans to work for your speculative fiction business will solve all your problems. Well, here's the down side that you may have to watch out for...

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Hire a Fan!

(November 2000)

Most companies go to great lengths to create a good working environment where people really want to go into work every day. Maybe they shouldn't be focusing on the environment so much as the people that they hire...

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Our Visit to GenCon2000

(October 2000)

GreenTentacles made the grueling twenty hour trip from Pennsylvania to Wisconsin to visit GenCon 2000. The trip was not without its rewards however...

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Branding Nuketown

(October 2000)

A 'brand' is usually defined as a trademark or distinctive name identifying a product or manufacturer. From a marketing point of view we can look at brand as the overall experience that someone gets from your company...

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The Nuketown Logo Design

(August 2000)

At the beginning of the site redesign for Nuketown it was decided that they needed a logo for marketing and branding purposes. At the time Nuketown had never had an honest to goodness logo...

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