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Dress Lace Inc Employee Profile – Joe Rollins

Joe Rollins’s current position is Content Manager for Dress-Lace, Inc. San Jose, CA He currently leads multi-functional teams through all aspects of Dress-Lace website content creation. Joe Rollins’s expertise is in presenting complex material to a global audience in an engaging manner that enhances consumer engagement and experience. Joe Rollins formerly worked as Producer for Hay House Networks, and as Coordinator for BCC.com. Joe Rollins has a BS in Internet Technology from the University of Southern California and an MS in Communications from the University of Atlanta. At Dress-Lace, Joe Rollins is also responsible for the sales of the following products: Womens Whimsical Long Sleeved Tee – Batman Logo / White, Maxi Dress – Rounded Low Cut Neckline / Lace Detailing On the Arms, Ginger Dress – Soft Cotton / High Rounded Neckline / Long Sleeves / Belted, Womens Blouse – Three Quarter Length Sleeves / Natural Color, Womens Blouse – Solid Black / Faux Leather, White Black Maxi Dress – Zebra Print / Low V Neck Cut, Womens Quilted Jacket – Black / Front Snaps, Womens Pullover Sweater – Gray / Short Raglan Sleeves, Sexy Black Dress – Rounded Neck / Backdrop Detailing, Womens Kimono Style Duster – Blue and White / Stripes, Mini Tee Shirt Dress – Day of the Dead Logo / Black, Womens Knit Blouse – Black and White / Long Sleeves, Womens Casual Top – Gray / Lacy Detail, Black Lace Dress – Long Sleeves / Three Quarter Length, Womens Top – Raglan Sleeves / Black and White, Charcoal Gray Colored Fit and Flare Dress – Shirt Like Collar, Skater Dress – Flared Skirt / Red / Long Sleeves, Womens Semi Sheer Top – Cold Shoulder Style / Solid Black, Long Sleeved Fit and Flare Dress – V Neckline / Lace Sleeves / Black, Mini Dress – Raglan Sleeves / Off White.

Besides working at Dress-Lace.com Inc., Joe Rollins also maintains the website of hackthings.com. Hack Things was started by Ethan Lowry and Joe Heitzeberg. They organized monthly meetups in Seattle, and their website reaches over 30,000 people every month. They cover connected hardware that includes hardware, drones, arduinos, crowdfunding, and anything in between. They have a passion about imagination and how it can combine with technology.

http://www.hackthings.com/pick-a-brand-name-people-can-remember/
This article, “Pick a Brand Name People Can Remember,” covers the importance of branding. Picking the right name is one of the most important things you are going to do. In the long run, the name of your product is what will be remembered. This article will help you in the process of creating your brand, by giving you easy to read and understand tips and hints. …Hiring a firm is expensive, but potentially invaluable. Invoking friends who…

http://www.hackthings.com/smart-home-intercom-startup-launched-by-harvard-law-grad/
This article covers the Smart Home Intercom startup that was launched by a Harvard Law graduate. The startup is called Nucleus. It is a wireless, internet-connected intercom system for your home. It allows you to speak to anyone in your home (voice or video) or other uses of the Nucleus system, even if they are around the world. …an affordable wireless intercom system that I could install myself. None existed. I did hours of research…

http://www.hackthings.com/freemium-hardware-is-coming-and-you-cant-stop-it/
This article will help you understand what Freemium Hardware is, if you have never heard the term before, and how it can be used for both good and bad purposes. As hardware becomes cheaper to make, the money can be found in the software. Learn what this means for businesses and consumers in this article. …designed to find unprotected Wifi networks, presumably for the purposes of sending spam. As the cost of…

http://www.hackthings.com/bitlock-replaces-your-bike-key-with-your-smartphone-kickstarter/
A recent Kickstarter campaign for Bitlock is covered in this article. Bitlock will replace your bike key or the need to open a combination. No longer will you have to fumble for your keys or juggle around your belongings to unlock your bike. Bitlock uses the Bluetooth from your smart phone to unlock your bike. In many instances, you only to be near the lock to open it. …we’ve seen a recent uptick in connected hardware innovation lately, but no blockbusters yet. Bitlock looks…

http://www.hackthings.com/react-sidekick-is-hardware-designed-to-differentiate-software/
The ability to use your phone to call for help with the use of an app has been around for a while. This Kickstarter, however, is a pre-order for a device that can be used to activate the app on your phone. It is lightweight, because it uses Bluetooth, and can be easily carried with you. This way, if you’re in trouble, you can easily press a button. …differentiate their products, but relatively novel for it to work the other way around. As hardware…

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