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How to Teach Google Assistant to Talk to your TiVo

Why do you need to control your TiVo through Google Assistant? To that we say, “Why would you NOT?” But in all seriousness, picture this. You’re sitting on the couch. Belly full of dinner, cat on your lap or child sleeping on your shoulder and you need to switch from the Saved by the Bell […]

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Friday Roundup – June 16, 2017

TGIF clients, fellow geeks, creatives & friends! Enjoy our combo of silly, intriguing, random, geeky, creative, and mostly beneficial learnings from June 16, 2017: In the 60’s a computer “mouse” was called a “X-Y position indicator for a display system.” Raspberry Pi experimentation for our Markey Digital Signage product means remote sign ins are possible as […]

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Area Student Case Study

At wisnet, we’re typically pretty modest. We don’t like to toot our own horns all that much (except maybe on Taco Tuesday). It’s most likely attributed to our mid-western modesty… And the fact that 90% of us are total introverts. So when an area student reached out to share a case study they wrote about […]

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Friday Roundup – June 9, 2017

Another week comes to an end and we get to share our bite-sized nuggets of what we’ve learned this week for all to benefit from. Some are pretty geeky, some are creative and some are just plain goof-tastic. But they’re all distinctly us 🙂 Enjoy our combo of silly, intriguing, random, geeky, creative, and mostly beneficial […]

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Friday Roundup – June 2, 2017

At wisnet, we strive to support a culture of growth and experimentation – be it personal or professional. To encourage and share our growth mindsets, we kickoff our Friday’s by sharing bite-sized nuggets of what we’ve learned that week for all to benefit from – even you! Enjoy our combo of silly, intriguing, random, geeky, […]

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How to update your WordPress site

So you’ve got a sweet WordPress site, do ya? Congratulations! Now that you’re all setup in your fancy website, you should make sure it’s always up to date. We know this can sound a little daunting, but it’s actually quite simple once you know where to look, and it’s one of the most important steps […]

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Someplace Better

Someplace Better, a joint initiative between the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation and Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce, helps area companies sell Sheboygan County, Wisconsin as a place to live for those who are considering relocating. While Someplace Better’s website wasn’t built by wisnet.com, a key portion of the site showcases the thousands of jobs […]

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Wisconsin County Mutual / Community Insurance

Dissatisfied with the function, features, flexibility and price of standard online training software, Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance Corporation and Community Mutual solicited wisnet.com to design, engineer and build a powerful online training application that could also test and report according to their needs. The software as a service (SaaS) application allows the insurance company to […]

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Brian Kolstad

Brian has been with wisnet.com since the beginning, developing applications in his free time while working towards a Masters of Science degree in Computer Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Since returning to Fond du Lac, Brian continues to push the capabilities of the traditional website by creating new features and functionality on both the front-end […]

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Steve Maass

Steve is a Wisconsin native who, after traveling extensively and living “out west” for a couple of years, came back to Wisconsin and turned a fascination with computers and technology into a career. Getting his foot in the door with a degree in computer systems support, he has worked in information technology since 1999. The […]

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Mark Meier

Mark has worked and/or lived in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin for the last 10 years. He received a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology at Marian University. He started with wisnet.com as an intern and came on full time after graduation.At wisnet.com, Mark spends most of his time in the dark under bellies of the […]

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Corv Qualmann

Random fact about me: I am left handed. Guilty pleasure: Soda and chips (family size is 1 serving right?) First job or most unusual job: Catering Leisure activities: Gaming, roller blading, ice hockey.

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