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- Oh Snap! Flickr Unveils New Mobile Features Worldwide Flickr springt auf den Instagram-Zug auf.
- The importance of feature search „The fact that Google is better at providing information about Microsoft software than Microsoft is particularly telling. Google can eliminate tens of billions of web pages and provide frighteningly accurate answers in less than a tenth of a second.
Why can’t Microsoft accomplish the same thing on a local hard drive?“
- „Free“ „What a day for Android. It was just pushed behind the scenes as the thing that powers that awesome, cheap Amazon Kindle tablet. And made into that thing you pay Microsoft to use.“
- “We ain’t seen nothin’ yet” – Jeff Jarvis’ neues Buch “Public Parts”
- Facebook is drinking Silicon Valley’s milkshake, in one graphic
- The Future Of Books: A Dystopian Timeline | TechCrunch
- Google Reader, Replaced by Google Sites in the Navigation Bar
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- What you can learn from the rise and fall of WebOS
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- Disney to pair iPad, physical toys with new games „Disney is working on a new game system that’ll pair physical toys with the iPad. Called Disney Appmates, the first example of these toys will use the characters from the Disney/Pixar movie Cars 2. The cars will interact with the iPad surface presumably using a capacitive interface and the iPad will display a moving track that responds to the car’s input.“
- Samstag in Berlin: Netzpolitisches Katerfrühstück!
- New Delicious is a Bitter Disappointment
- Easily find the Google+ Circles that have been shared with you using search
- WooThemes Launches WooCommerce To Turn WordPress Sites Into Online Shops
- Niemand hat die Absicht einen Überwachungsstaat zu errichten
- Infographic: 40% of Facebook Users Ditch Brand Pages „Over 40% of a brand’s Facebook page fans „unlike“ the page as soon as a campaign ends, suggesting that a lot of follower activity on the social network is driven by agency interaction, not a real loyalty to the brand, according to a new study.“
- Celebrity „So next time you’re at a geeky conference and have an opportunity to meet someone whose work you admire, just go up and introduce yourself, because they’re just a regular person, they never get “recognized” during the other 360 days each year, and they’ll probably really appreciate it.“
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- Facebook: Klicks sind keine Währung für die Werbung
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