This week live tracking of flights on Google Maps, the browser becoming a first class RIA citizen, four ways for augmented reality to get past the hype and a strong statement about embracing the Web: if you don’t embrace the Web, it shows you don’t care.
- Three Enterprise 2.0 Themes to Watch in 2010
Enterprise 2.0 continued its growth and maturation in 2009 and based on what can be gleaned from vendors, more enterprises are deploying social software.
- Inside HTML5: The Browser becomes a first class RIA citizen
Over the last decade HTML has been trying to be a better RIA solution. First came CSS, then came AJAX and Web 2.0; but, it is not until now with the rapid adoption of HTML5 that the lines are blurring between Adobe Flash, Microsoft SilverLight, and HTML.
- If You Don’t Embrace The Web, It Shows You Don’t Care
The next generation (and every generation thereafter) will spend a majority of their time using web-powered media compared to other media. If other forms of media even continue to exist.
- Website Performance: What To Know and What You Can Do – Smashing Magazine
Website performance is a hugely important topic, so much so that the big companies of the Web are obsessed with it. For the Googles, Yahoos, Amazons and eBays, slow websites mean fewer users and less happy users and thus lost revenue and reputation.
- How Google collects data about you and the Internet
Google has, perhaps more than any other company, realized that information is power. Information about the Internet, information about innumerable trends, and information about its users, YOU. So how much does Google know about you and your online habits?
- Live Flight Tracking on Google Maps
- Hey, Apple, Wake Up — It’s Happening Again
- UnGoogled: A Week of Discovering Alternatives For Google’s Services
- 4 Ways for Augmented Reality to Get Past the Hype
- Updated: 10 principles for Enterprise 2.0 implementations
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