DM2 Studios Blog: Google Is On The Cusp Of Losing... →
dm2studios: via businessinsider.com Last night Samsung become the world’s largest phone maker, and likely the world’s number one smartphone seller. Analysts estimate Samsung shipped 44 million smartphones last quarter. Apple sold ~32 million iPhones to customers. We don’t know how many…
FWD Thinking: What Does Your Social Media Presence... →
mbooth: Have you ever seriously considered what your social media presence says about you? If I had to summarize my social media presence it would probably say something like, “I am a pint-sized social media enthusiast willing to try out any cool new social networking site at least once. I also have a…
Facebook App Supporting MBC (Metastatic Breast... →
mattmayer5: Facebook is introducing a new App that will allow people with MBC to connect with others around the world. This connection can help bridge the gap with any questions and concerns that an individual has with MBC. This is a great App that will help educate people on a MBC. Video explaining the App is included in the article. Source: Zoe Fox April 27th, 2012
Are Your Marketing Efforts Too Desperate? →
Yahoo Says Patents Facebook Bought Were Just To...
NBA Playoff Teams' Seasons in Social Media →
InfoGraphic: The incredible shrinking Yahoo
almiron: To me, although the brand is doing, in my opinion, some of the smartest work in frictionless sharing that I’ve seen, a series of PR and personnel disasters over the past few years have really left the company on shaky ground. Let’s run through their catalogue of errors before we get to the juicy infographic I found.http://seb.tl/Iqo5uv #domainnames
Bite-size missions and surprises key to mobile... →
fuelink: “Our belief is that mobile is no longer the third screen,” Patrick Moorhead, senior vice-president and group management director for mobile platforms with DraftFCB, declared to kick off his presentation. “What we’re seeing now is that the mobile device is the first device that consumers turn to nine times out of 10.”
How social media is changing sports
ddenson: via kttape.com
The Value of Opinion On Social Media —... →
sharonhayesdotcom: One of the things that makes social media both unique and just like all the other forms of communication is the fact that people rely on their friends and acquaintances to gather information on things that they should buy, eat, and go to. The more involved companies are in social media, the greater the trust factor can increase. There have been many studies done on the trust...
How to Maximize Your Facebook Engagement
Google HTML/CSS Style Guide
Pifalo: Seamless, Sandbox and SRCDOC: New IFRAME... →
pifalo: In the current draft of HTML5 (http://dev.w3.org/html5/spec/the-iframe-element.html April 27, 2012), there are three new attributes for the IFRAME tag: seamless, sandbox and srcdoc. The goal of using the new iframe attributes of seamless, sandbox and srcdoc is to provide some protection…
Is Twitter ruining journalism or are journalists... →
michellejourno: Back in summer 2008, just days after I returned from participating in UNITY’s (formerly known as UNITY: Journalists of Color) student projects one of my peers sent me an invitation to join a newly launched site called Twitter. I didn’t “get it” at the time and ultimately I passed it off as yet another social network gimmick that would never grow into something momentous or gain...
Jol * Novel Insights: Where is the ‘You’ in... →
elcojol: One month ago I blogged (See Post!) about a shift in the entertainment industry from professionally produced entertainment forms to locally uploaded entertainment from you and me, which is set to change the revenue model for advertisements for the entertainment industry. The deals which…
Paago Invoice: Small business advice on Social... →
paagoinvoice: To understand the problem that small business owners face with their use of social media, consider how many sites exist, what they each promise, and how many of them ask for the same information. Already strapped for time, entrepreneurs and business owners are asked to establish profiles, explain…
Keep Your Files Safe With Voice-Authenticating USB... →
geekinfotoday: Keep Your Files Safe With Voice-Authenticating USB Drive http://t.co/o0LMJLiU | http://bit.ly/IeFGVb | April 27, 2012 at 09:28PM
After four years as President of Tumblr, John...
safzath: In a post appropriately shared on Tumblr, John Maloney has announced that he’s stepping down as President of the content-sharing site. Maloney has filled this role at Tumblr for the… http://goo.gl/amMn2
DealBook: Facebook’s Profit Falls 12% Ahead... →
Facebook’s profit fell 12 percent in the first three months of the year, owing to a broad rise in expenses, the company disclosed in its latest amended prospectus.
Are Brain Waves and Heartbeats the Future of... →
Is it the right time for Amazon to launch a... →
A little over a year ago, Amazon’s appstore made its way to the public thanks to Android devices. While the appstore had seen plenty of success before its smartphone launch, it was obviously only a matter of time before Amazon made the digital retail location available right from the phone. And now, earlier this month, a new report…
Microsoft announces Windows 8 catalog including...
simonefavarin: from the Next Web - There will be four different editions of Windows 8, Microsoft has informed us and posted on its blog. The four editions will be Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, Windows Enterprise… http://dlvr.it/1Rr8zZ undefined
20 TV Shows With the Most Social Media Buzz This...
Long Tail Keywords And SEO? →
lucyb63: This one is good Long Tail Keywords And SEO?
Secrets of Facebook’s success: Virality
safzath: As Facebook gets ready for its monster IPO, which will likely value the company at more than $100 billion, I thought it would be valuable to take a look at some of the critical product decisions that have led to … http://goo.gl/SsZAf
Internet Traffic is now 51% Non-Human →
Internet Traffic is now 51% Non-Human So you thought the Internet was made by and for people? Think again. A study byIncapsula, a provider of cloud-based security for web sites (mind you where this data comes from), concludes that 51% of all Internet traffic is generated by non-human sources such as hacking software, scrapers and automated spam mechanisms. While 20% of the 51% non-human...
@jamesaddicted \ follow you back: Microsoft... →
jamesaddicted: Microsoft just told the world what it’s going to call the next version of Windows, and — shocker — the official name will be “Windows 8.” It also revealed how many versions of Windows 8there will be, and what the company will call them. …
The Google Redesign is Simple, Functional and... →
You can now add top banner images to Google+...
bitshare: After the changes Google made yesterday to Google+, it appears there was one more change that I just noticed. It looks like Google has gone the way of Myspace, Facebook and Twitter and is now allowing users to add a banner image to the top of their profile. Read More undefined
If Google’s Really Proud Of Google+, It Should... →
joecaiati: Danny Sullivan: Google+ now has 170 million users. Well, 170 million who have “upgraded” to Google+, whatever that means. It’s the latest in crazy numbers from Google. The people who actually do use Google+ as a social network deserve better than this PR spin. It’s time for Google to properly report their numbers, lest outsiders begin believing the “ghost town” moniker. undefined
My Wonderful Web-site: Microsoft job ads hint at a... →
mywonderfulweb-site: There’s something thrilling about using job postings to parse a company’s strategy, especially when the advert is so gosh darn low on secrecy. Take Microsoft, for instance, which posted four openings for developers to work on its Skype for Browsers project. If that weren’t self-explanatory…
What we learned from Apple's response to the...
thoughtsontechnow: Lessons for IT, Apple in Flashback brouhaha by Ryan Faas at Computerworld (but publishing for Macworld online) provides a great overview of what we have learned about patching these new wave of vulnerabilities in OS X. I think it’s just time though to get rid of Flash and Java altogether in favor of HTML5. Had anyone been able to exploit it? Haven’t heard anything yet.
Creating a Mobile-First Responsive Web Design with... →
latestgreatest: This article provides a walk through of how to create an adaptive web experience that’s designed mobile-first, including the following topics: Why we need to create mobile-first, responsive, adaptive experiences How to structure HTML for an adaptive site in order to optimize performance and prioritize flexibility How to write CSS that defines shared styles first, builds up...