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    To help boost engagement with potential “parents” of maltese and yorkie puppies, breeder Connie Schaub of the Prairie View Kennel commissioned this casual game based on the classic memory match… with a unique marketing twist. The photos featured were of real puppies available for adoption real-time!

    The game was designed to be dynamic so photos linked (at the end of the game) to the adoption page of each puppy. The viral dividends of this idea seemed quite large but, alas, were never realized due to the lack of internal support. It ended up as just a page on the Kennel website, which still became the most popular page on the site, driving a great deal of traffic over many months.

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    Prison Communities International (PCI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to criminal justice issues. Founded by Katherine Vockins and Hans B. Hallundbaek as a bridge the gap between the public and the criminal justice system, addressing issues from capital punishment to rehabilitation through the arts. Please check out their new website to learn more.

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    My first XML driven Flash photography site showcasing the beautiful work of Una Petrino of Photography by Una. She has a great eye for portraits. Her studio is located in Yorktown Heights, NY.

    Enhanced version of dynamic photo album slideshow now has a photo preloader and supports any size photo. Like the previous version user places unlimited number of JPEGs inside a photos folder and configs the Flash movie via an XML file.

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    A little something for the little ones. No, seriously, an online Christmas Coloring Book. Although, we never really outgrow our love for coloring. Do we?

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