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Blog au Roux

Great Creole cuisine comes from the blending of cultural influences — French, Spanish, Caribbean and African — to create a truly distinctive and memorable taste. Our varied backgrounds allow us to share our collective expertise. As for Creole cooking, we start with one core piece of advice, “First you make a roux…”

Previous entries by Adam Clarke

Do you need a CMS?

The Internet is basically a limitless font of digitized informationAnything and everything can and has ended up on some sort of website at some point in the past three decades.  The trick is organizing and updating that information while making it easy to access.

Web developers and programmers have the tools and skills to update websites themselves.  If you aren’t planning on going back to school and need to make frequent updates to your site, you may want to consider using a content management system.

Content management systems have become increasingly user friendly and allow you to organize your website in such a way that it is accessible to everyone.  The trick is finding and implementing the correct CMS for your needs and budget.

Ochsner ER Wait Times App

Not long ago, Ochsner launched its Emergency Room Wait Times feature that lists and updates the wait times across Ochsner’s medical network so that you can make the best choice for fast access to excellent care. Great idea.

Better idea? Make it mobile. Dynamic content is why web browsers entered the mobile arena. Also, wherever an emergency occurs, someone has a cell phone in a pocket or purse. You don’t have to walk away from someone who’s injured or wait for a computer to wake up. Instant info gives instant help.

Chrome OS: It’s Kind of a Big Deal

A few weeks ago, Google announced that they would be entering the operating system market. While this wasn’t really a huge surprise to most people in the industry, it did come with a bit of a bombshell: Google Chrome OS will be the first “cloud operating system”. At this point, you may be wondering what on (Google) Earth does that mean? In a cloud computing environment, your applications and service are located in “the cloud” (i.e. The Internets) instead of being installed locally on your own machine. You probably use cloud applications every day. Some notable examples are Facebook, Gmail, and Flickr. There are many benefits to an operating system that fully harnesses the power of the cloud, which is exactly what Google sets out to do with Chrome OS.