This week John Cleese with interesting insights on how he puts his mind to work while he sleeps, Americans consuming 34 Gigabytes per day, a study of 600.000 Facebook fan pages and Google showing us the future..
- 12 Adoption Strategies for Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 in 2010
The signs are pointing to next year being a banner one when it comes to
mainstream adoption of the latest digital business models.
- The Evolution of A New Trust Economy
Social Media is rooted in relationships, the dynamic interaction and
collaboration between real people. We learned and continue to learn how
to communicate in public forums, evolving our personal views on privacy
and uncertainty as we transform from digital introverts to social
- A study of 600,000 Facebook fan pages
Sysomos analyzed nearly 600,000 Facebook Pages to investigate usage
patterns. This is the first large-scale study of Facebook Pages,
reporting on different aspects of pages including popularity, amount of
content posted, number of fans, and categories.
- Study: Americans Consume 34 Gigabytes of Information Per Day
The report says that Americans consume information for an average of 12
hours per day. And this may be a dagger through some of your hearts,
but “old media” (TV and radio) make up 60 percent of all consumed hours.
- Text Messages: Digital Lipstick on the Collar
There is a question that has crossed the mind recently of anyone who
has sent a cellphone text message while cheating on a spouse: What was
- Hyperlocal Goes Mainstream: CNN teams up with Outside.in
- Google Shows Us The Future
- John Cleese: Put your mind to work while you sleep
- So what is metadata, anyway?
- Jacob Innovations Designs First Class Comfort for Economy and Business Class
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