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Larry Sivitz

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Larry Sivitz is founder, publisher and managing editor of Seattle24x7, the founder of SearchWrite Search Marketing, an SEO, PPC and Social Media Thought Leader, and an SPJ award winner for Seattle magazine.

Seahawk’s MVP Pick (Most Valuable Platform) is AWS

The Seattle Seahawks have selected Amazon Web Services, (AWS), to add cloud service flexibility, machine learning analytical...

Gear Up: Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Small Biz Saturday, Best Seattle...

Holiday Hit List Macy's Downtown Holiday ParadeNov. 29, 9 a.m.Winterfest at Seattle...

Yellow Flag Investing: Yes vs. No

by Luni Libes & Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman Editor’s Note: This Advisor-X is presented...

Apprenti Elevates Diversity of Tech Skills & People

How can the cutting-edge tech industry, with over 500K job openings currently available, meet the challenges of...

To Xfinity & Beyond — Comcast’s New Wa. Leadership Team

Comcast enters 2020 as Washington state's 6th largest employer and the infrastructure gateway to the state’s fastest Internet connectivity for more than 1.6 million customers. With a local headquarters in Lynnwood,...

Deloitte Fast 500 Names Puget Sound 2019 Climbers

Twenty-five years ago, when the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 rankings began, software was the #1 fastest growing...

Seattle’s Jurassic Park: Inside the Burke Museum with DNA Wrangler Sharon...

If the Jurassic Park books, movies and theme park franchise had been created closer to Seattle than Costa...

Revenge of the JEDI? $10 Billion DOD Contract Awarded to...

Has a JEDI mind trick been played on Seattle's cloud computing leaders?  Is the ever vengeful and scheming,...

The 10 Things You Need to Know About What’s Driving Autonomous...

Until the passenger elevator became fully automated around 1970, the notion of riding in such a compact...

Amazon’s Policy Manifesto

In an era of political unrest and uncertainty that often borders on the chaotic, a clear understanding...