Weekly digest of week 29 2009

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Chrome OS was still widely discussed on the Web this week, Safari is supporting 3D CSS, a 15 year old tells Morgan Stanley that Twitter is not for teens and a clear overview why you should not annoy Internet Explorer 6 users any further with upgrade notices. Social collaboration tools Get Ready As Corporate Sites […]

Chrome OS was still widely discussed on the Web this week, Safari is supporting 3D CSS, a 15 year old tells Morgan Stanley that Twitter is not for teens and a clear overview why you should not annoy Internet Explorer 6 users any further with upgrade notices.

Social collaboration tools

Social Media Research

Rich Internet Applications

HTML5

3D CSS

User Experience

Augmented Reality

Chrome OS

General 

 

Rick Mans is Information Architect and a social media evangelist within Capgemini. You can follow and connect with him via Twitter or Delicious

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