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  • Super Tall, Funny Male Looking for Gullible Female

    “This girl I know” is always complaining about the hot messes on various dating websites. In particular, she really hates: 1. Guys who post shirtless selfies. If my friend—OK, OK, it’s me—sees one more picture taken through the reflection of a bathroom mirror, I’m going to lose it. If you really want to shamelessly impress me, upload a picture of your credit history, not your chest. I don’t care...
  • Simplifying the Package Conundrum

    Let's face it; no matter how you look at it, managing packages is one of the necessary evils of apartment management. So if there's anything we can do to simplify the process and improve the customer experience, then it's our job to look at all options. Before Camden implemented our current system for managing packages, we manually logged all packages (time permitting of course) on a paper log...
  • Pulling the Plug

    Last week I received a text on my flip phone while I was in an NAA staff meeting. For those of you smartphone folks who can’t reach far back enough in your memory to recall the sound, it’s a series of three loud beeps. “Lauren, I think your pager went off,” said one cruel co-worker who shall not be named (rhymes with Jeremy Figoten).  Unless I have a computer nearby, it’s technologically...
  • Copernicus, We Owe You One

    Business Intelligence (BI) has ancient roots. Measurement, visualization and analysis tools can be traced back thousands of years. Egyptians communicated through hieroglyphics. Astronomers illustrated their views of the cosmos. Maritime explorers used charting and mapping tools to discover new worlds. Humans have always been interested leveraging the tools of their era to make effective decisions...

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