Monthly Archives: October 2009

I’m sorry… You just figured this out?

Both employers and employees may be surprised to find that employee created blog posts, YouTube, LinkedIn profiles, Facebook profiles, and even tweets to companies. Yes, even those personal pictures you took last Friday with your loved ones could belong to … Continue reading

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A Graphic History of Newspaper Circulation Over the Last Two Decades | The Awl

via A picture’s worth a million jobs, I’m sure. Posted via web from jmproffitt

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ZDNet: How did IT fall so far behind the tech curve?

There is a fundamental mismatch between what enterprise IT is good at and what is happening on the Internet. For investment projects, IT organizations typically spend six to eight years from initial conceptualization through selling, planning, testing and implementation of … Continue reading

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Google be Praised! Google Docs now has Shared folders

To share a group of items, all you have to do is put them all into a folder and share the folder. As you’d expect, if you add an item to a shared folder, it will automatically be shared and … Continue reading

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Does the Sidekick collapse prove cloud computing sucks?

Microsoft’s Danger SideKick data loss casts dark on cloud computing ( NO. You would think no one has ever lost data on a home computer in a crashed hard drive or in a virus outbreak. You would think no corporation … Continue reading

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YouTube racking up a billion views per day

But on the third anniversary of its $1.65 billion deal to sell itself to Google, YouTube is saying, in a sense, you may be underestimating us. The company released more precise viewing figures than it had in the past, saying … Continue reading

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Professional sugar. ‘Cause that’s how we roll.

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iPhone continues to kick ass on Flickr

via The iPhone is the hot pink line on this graph. Yellow is the Nokia N95. Then a couple BlackBerry models and another Nokia. Posted via web from jmproffitt

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