hi there bricin… unfortunately this hello is also a goodbye. ...– This arrived in my inbox…
Checking out the new books and movies on Path. Far better than their music app (needs Spotify!!). Now if they would integrate with Kindle and Netflix.
A Tale Of Two Companies
parislemon: Steve Jobs, 2010: “If you see a stylus, they blew it.” MIT Technology Review, 2012: Microsoft Mulls a Stylus for Any Screen This is such a trite thing to say. Yes, Microsoft does some wonky, geeky work. But to dismiss the writing implement of the past, oh, 8000 years because Steve Jobs says so? Tried drawing with your fingers lately vs. a pen, pencil, brush? Sketching? ...
“Maybe it’s time that the two people who want to be president of the United...– New York City mayor MICHAEL BLOOMBERG, during his weekly radio show, reacting to today’s mass shooting in Aurora, CO. Well said. (via the New York Times) Like. (via dpstyles)
Uh Oh, Facebook Is Losing Its Popularity -... →
stoweboyd: This is inevitable, because Facebook is the new AOL: Rebecca Greenfield via The Atlantic Wire Over the last month, Facebook has not only seen a 1.1 percent drop in U.S. users, but a decline in 14 of the 23 countries where it has 50 percent penetration, found an analyst using tracking software. Beyond numbers though, another metric, the American Consumer Satisfaction Index, found...
Ban on Advertising to Children Linked to Lower... →
By CATHERINE MUSEMECHE, nytimes.com After a ban on fast-food advertising to children in Quebec, childhood obesity rates decreased. But in the United States, advertising of unhealthful food to kids continues unabated. Article and research shows some correlation between reducing TV ads for unhealthy foods to reduction in obesity. Correlation only though as the population is...
You might buy a new phone that’s missing something, thinking, “It...– It Never Gets Better True words, buy what truly, really works. And if it doesn’t then take your money and vote with your feet.
How LinkedIn Makes TWENTY Times More Money Per... →
LinkedIn users spend an average of 18 minutes a month on the site. Facebook users spend 6.4 hours a month. But LinkedIn gets $1.30 in revenue for every hour those users spend on site. Facebook: 6.2 cents. LinkedIn’s profits are expected to double this year to $70 million. The lesson: know your users and what your goal is.