Category Archives: Marketing

YouTube vs. Vimeo. A comparision

This is a nice comparison between both of them. I must admit that I haven’t used Vimeo as much as YouTube but I will check it out more now. YouTube was always the first one that I thought of for video sharing. Great marketing isn’t it?

War between YouTube and Vimeo? Copyright According to Nielsen analysis of consumer behavior suggests 70% of worldwide internet users watch videos online. And I agreed with them as I also most of the time while searching for a product demo, song, tutorial video, national/international advertisements just move towards and when Im looking for talks related to specific topics Vimeo is the way to go. Younger the faster or Older the wiser? Though Youtube … Read More

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Coding Horror: Profitable Until Deemed Illegal – StumbleUpon

The New MI Business Tax Plan

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Coding Horror: Profitable Until Deemed Illegal – StumbleUpon. Clever business plan but terrible deal for the consumer. I would avoid it.

Only 45% of US citizens had jobs in 2010-interactive map

Los Angeles skyline and San Gabriel mountains.

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More Americans leaving workforce – You can also find out the employment rate of each state with this interactive map. I had no idea that it was so low in every state.

Apple and the Enterprise (via )

Xserve RAID

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Well this argument makes sense, but I think many IT managers will feel burned with the loss of the Xserve RAID and the Xserve. I doubt they will invest their reputations again on what probably hurt them in credibility/value in the eyes of their employers.

I know when I worked at a company that invested in tens of thousands of dollars worth of Apple equipment, they were upset when Apple EOL’d the XRAID. It is a bitter pill to swallow for the person who make that decision.

So I’ve had this thought for some time now, and have shared it with a few people here and there. Before I start getting deep into speculation, I want to lay down some facts: Oct 2010 – Apple outsources Enterprise sales and support to Unisys. Nov 2010 – Apple announces the discontinuation of the XServe. At the same time, they release a laughable white paper, referring to the Mac Pro and Mac Mini Server as reasonable replacements. The Mac enterpris … Read More


Can you trust websites that advertise using AdSense?

An early 1990s Carpenter conventional school b...

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Report: Over 50% Of AdSense Ads Lead To Unknown. Apparently not. About 55% were either questionable domains or unknown domains. Thats way too high to inspire trust.

Scirus – for scientific information – StumbleUpon

Portrait of Felix Nadar (1820-1910), Photograp...

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Scirus – for scientific information – StumbleUpon. I searched for amydala and found a ton of scientific articles about this. If you are a scientist this is far better than Google to find information.

Why Broadband Prices Havent Decreased – Creating the first broadband… – StumbleUpon

Advertisment for AT&T company, 1920

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Why Broadband Prices Havent Decreased – Creating the first broadband… – StumbleUpon. I quote:

“So if you were in such a market as a supplier, why would you initiate a price war?” Greenstein asks. With no new entries on the market, suppliers can compete by slowly increasing quality but keeping prices the same.

It seems clear that you only have lowered prices when you have competition. Otherwise they stay the same while adding features, or like AT&T raise them.

What Do People Buy Online? Infographic (via lifechngr)

What Do People Buy Online?  Infographic

Interesting choices isn’t it? I had no idea so many drugs were bought.


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