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“According to web analytics company StatCounter, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 is now truly a relic of the past with less than 5% of market share in the U.S. and Europe.” – Mashable
I once worked for a company that allowed us to play a first-person shooter before we left each day. There’s nothing quite as awesome as being able to take out your aggressions on your co-workers via frag-grenades.
For well over a month, and counting, BP has been attempting to stop the oil hemorrhaging from their well in the gulf. So far, every effort has been a failure. Perhaps, it’s time for fresh, out of the box thinking.
While most original reporting still comes from traditional journalists, technology is making it increasingly possible for the actions of citizens to influence a story’s total impact.
According to Ad Age, Nike VP-Brand and Category Management Trevor Edwards declared that the marketer’s TV creative for June’s World Cup was “among the best we’ve ever done…”
With the release of the iPad sans Flash, and last week's "Thoughts on Flash" by Steve Jobs, there has been a barrage of articles on this subject coming from all angles. You have the open standards camp, the Apple fandom, the Flash developers, and the business evangelists. What makes this entire issue so interesting is [...]