This week the big news that you can play Tetris on your TV, a demonstration of 3D with CSS, subscriptions are becoming more and more important and social search is about mobile and not about Google.
- Subscriptions are the New BLACK. (+ why Facebook, Google, & Apple will own your wallet by 2015) –
The key to success in payment systems is to begin with the foundation of frequent-use products, so that users won’t forget their passwords. Whether intentional or not, Facebook has played this game to perfection.
- Pure CSS Coke Can (3D)
By a combination of the CSS1 properties background-attachment and background-position, 2D displacement maps could be created and, by scrolling, the displacement map would be applied to different parts of the texture (a background image).
- Now you can play Tetris on your TV
Game company Oberon Media has somehow found something in common with both the Tetris Company and the Dish Network.
- Gartner Reveals Five Social Software Predictions for 2010 and Beyond
“Success in social software and collaboration will be characterized by a concerted and collaborative effort between IT and the business”
- Enterprise 2.0 Adoption – Strategic and Tactical Considerations
No conversation about Enterprise 2.0 proceeds very far without coming to the idea of Return on Investment (ROI).
- iPad vs Flash: Developers Choose Wisely
- Why You Should Be Afraid Of Internet Censorship in Australia, Even If You Don’t Live There
- Now more than ever, employers and HR pros are digging into your web presence.
- Innovation Teams Lack Data, Structure
- Forget Google, social search is all about mobile
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