You probably know your hourly rate at work, but what about the rest
of your time, the time spent not doing work: shopping, queueing,
waiting on the phone, eating lunch, watching TV, drinking in the pub?
Paul McCrudden decided his every minute was worth money, and set out to reclaim it from every company he spent time with over a six-week period this summer. Google is accelerating the web (again) with pubsubhubbub and Samsung Opens Up Their Cross-Platform Widget Interface To Developers.
Social collaboration tools
- 20+ more mind-blowing social media statistics
The social media statistics I posted a few weeks ago seemed to strike a
chord amongst the digital community, especially in highlighting just
how big an issue this particular area of online currently is. So I’m
happy to say that I’ve trawled around the internet to bring you some
more snippets of useful data and awesome figures.
- The Social Networking revolution is just getting started. There’s so much more to come.
Social networks; by now even our parents are aware of them. In fact
many of them even have their own profiles (my mom signed up to Facebook
2 days ago). The billions of daily page views on these networks mostly
go to viewing pictures, writing on walls and, as research has shown,
dating. But what I’d like to focus on is what doesn’t happen on social
networks. There has to be so much more then merely browsing photos and
- The cultural implications of E2.0 integrations: ignore at your own peril
It seems to me that nearly every blog post about E2.0 discusses the
great business outcomes the technology itself can drive – innovation,
inter-organizational collaboration, quicker insight into buyer
behavior, stronger customer relationships, and lots more. And they’re
- How the Old, the Young and Everyone in Between Uses Social Networks
Social networkers utilize popular Websites such as MySpace, Facebook,
Twitter and LinkedIn in different ways depending on their age.
According to Anderson Analytics, Generation Z (13-to-14-year-old)
social network users were more likely to use MySpace than Facebook.
Only 9% of them used Twitter and none used LinkedIn.
- Social Media Case Studies SUPERLIST- 23 Extensive Lists of Organizations Using Social Media (UPDATED)
- Web fonts and standards
- Taming Advanced CSS Selectors
- When to read out the end time in browser speed tests
- Google Voice + RIA has Potential
- Google Alerts Gets PubSubHubbub, Real-Time Programmable Hooks
- Google Continues To Feed The PubSubHubbub. Google Alerts Now In Real-Time.
- Towards a programmable web: PubSubHubbub for Google Alerts
- Pirate Bay leads Swedish Viking charge on paid content
Swedish piracy – digital piracy, that is – is challenging the very
essence of traditional copyright law. And even legal Swedish
enterprises – such as the popular new music sharing website Spotify –
are threatening to rewrite all the laws of conventional media economics.
- The iPhone is Not Easy to Use: A New Direction for User Experience Design
- The State of Apps – Q2 2009
As you’ve seen us do last time, every quarter we bundle what we know
about software and web applications in a trend report called “The State
of Apps”. We’ve just released the report for the second quarter of
2009, and you can get it completely free here.
- Samsung Opens Up Their Cross-Platform Widget Interface To Developers
- Inside Out: Interaction Design for Augmented Reality
Many people enter the inside-out world of augmented reality (AR) by
doing something as ordinary as visiting a major city like New York and
trying to get to a local friend’s favorite pizza shop, somewhere deep
in Brooklyn, via public transportation. Standing in Times Square on a
summer evening, they might hold up a new smart phone and pan it slowly
around the Square to see a pointer to the nearest subway entrance
overlaid on their phone’s video display of the buildings around them.
- How much is your time worth?
You probably know your hourly rate at work, but what about the rest of
your time, the time spent not doing work: shopping, queueing, waiting
on the phone, eating lunch, watching TV, drinking in the pub? Paul
McCrudden decided his every minute was worth money, and set out to
reclaim it from every company he spent time with over a six-week period
- Google knows your past, present AND future
The search engine has unveiled an upgrade of Google Insights for Search
which advises brands how much money to set aside by predicting what
people will search for and how often.
Gazing into its crystal ball, Google found trends in over half of
the most popular search terms are predictable year-on-year, and the
resulting information will be valuable to brands looking to increase
ROI in paid search. Google Trends and Google Insights for Search have
been giving daily insight into what the world is searching for the last
year but now Google’s graphs of search trends include future results.
- 14 Reasons Why Enterprise 2.0 Projects Fail
Creating and nurturing a community is not something at which traditional stakeholders in software projects are often skilled.
- Why you shouldn’t be getting your ‘BI 2.0’ from your BI vendor
- Google beefs up search appliance features, hooks into Salesforce