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Check out our latest blog post on walking, something we all love love love to do! http://cutline.com/2014/08/the-power-of-walking/
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Less is more when it comes to keeping blood sugar in check with exercise, but it’s all about when you schedule those workouts
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Check out what's hot this spring with this Polyvore (client <3!) trend report!  http://issuu.com/polyvore/docs/cutitout_polyvore_april2014/1
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Love seeing our clients and friends on this list! http://www.businessinsider.com/the-silicon-valley-100-2014-2014-1
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Hey hey! Check out Cutline clients Yahoo and Pebble in this CES round-up! http://www.7x7.com/tech-gadgets/takeaways-ces-2014
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This month, we talked about everything from impressing the boss to finding happiness at work with Polyvore's Jess Lee.
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Awesome piece in Wired featuring our client Polyvore! Who doesn't love a good Mad Men reference?! TGIF! http://www.wired.com/2014/05/mad-men-on-the-net/
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Calling all Android lovers! Polyvore is now available! http://blog.polyvore.com/2014/05/polyvore-for-android-is-now-available.html
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Bacon and pancakes are about as American as soda pop and aggressive foreign policy, but why have these breakfast bedfellows side-by-side on your plate when they can be fused in an ellipse of doughy gluttony?
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What have people been searching for on @Yahoo during the past year? Miley Cyrus takes the cake at #1. Check out the other search trends. The results might surprise you! http://thenextweb.com/insider/2013/12/03/yahoo-reveals-tumblrs-viral-blogs-2013-annual-year-review-report/
As 2013 draws to a close, we're going to start to see companies publish, tout, and share stories and trends that they have seen over the last 12 months. Yahoo is no different than the ...
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Introduction

We started Cutline in 2006 to help consumer technology companies bring their products, their companies, and their stories to life. While the words we use to tell those stories haven’t changed much, just about everything else in our industry has. The media landscape has been revolutionized, companies’ needs have become more complex, and the way we work as PR professionals has been permanently transformed.

It’s a fascinating time, and a big part of the reason we founded Cutline was to help companies take advantage of it. When we first opened our doors, we talked with a lot of people about how we could do things differently to respond to the changing needs of our clients and our industry. A few themes surfaced time and again in our conversations: be smart, be quick, and be real. We believe that to be good in PR today is to be all of these things. ­

When we started Cutline we made two key promises to ourselves:

  1. To hire smart people who will bring something new to the agency and make an impact on our client’s business.
  2. To work with clients who are doing really innovative and interesting things and who are as passionate about technology as we are.

These are the promises that have shaped us and that continue to drive us as an agency.­