A new era for Safari

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Safari looks a little different today–we have a new logo, and you’ll see “O’Reilly” in the new red header bar. And this signal that Safari is now 100% O’Reilly is just the beginning–since O’Reilly became Safari’s sole owner in August 2014, we’ve been working on a host of new ways to make it even more useful (and more… Read more »

MVP: Placing the User at the Heart of Your Business Strategy

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Each year publishers spend countless hours crafting lengthy Requests for Proposals (RFPs) that exhaustively detail their ideal online publishing platform. There is a sense that before a platform migration can occur every aspect of the functions, features, and capabilities must be identified and explicitly defined. Yet in other market segments the approach to revising business… Read more »

Steampunk Franklin: Electrifying Students with “Safari for Schools” at Santa Susana High School

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By Darius Clarke Darius Clarke is a teacher at Santa Susana High School in Simi Valley, California. You might not be surprised that the US Department of Labor expects that 74% of the new S.T.E.M. careers through the year 2022 to be in the field of “Computing & Information Systems” (CIS) alone. Across the country,… Read more »