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Monthly Archives: January 2012
Graphic credit: FlowingData via NYTimes data. The bitsblog at NYTimes has an article about the rise in numbers of the toilet texter. The article references a study from 11mark, that surveyed 1,000 people about their texting habit. The study reveals … Continue reading
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Apple has issued a new update to their much-maligned Final Cut Pro X (FCPX) that the company claims addresses many of the issues that alienated the longtime FCP users. Some of the highlights of the new update include: Multicam editing … Continue reading
You can’t make this stuff up. RIM is circling the drain and their best response is this. They deserve to go out of business simply based on a lack of style and savvy. Sources: pcmag, ctv, computerworld.
Luminarie De Cagna, an enormous church-like building was covered with 55,000 LED lights as part of the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium. The second Festival of Lights took place in the town centre of Ghent, Belgium, from 26 January … Continue reading
A model at the Viewtronicx booth at CES 2012 showing off a tablet. Image used under Flickr CCLi. Photo by Flickr User Scott Swigart. Glenn Fleishman has written a few wonderful posts about the ridiculous tradition of “booth babes” at trade … Continue reading
NPR’s website has a story about Kraft Food and their reinvention of the Oreo cookie for the Chinese market. Kraft launched Oreo in the Chinese market in 1996. And it was a dismal failure. It was almost pulled out of … Continue reading
Is salad the most hilarious food ever? At least according to the Stock Photo agencies it is. Source: reddit.
Click on image above to go the interactive site visualizing the popularity of stories on Yahoo’s front page. Periscopic, a visualization firm, worked with Yahoo to come up with an interactive look at the popularity of stories on the Yahoo … Continue reading