Monthly Archives: March 2013

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For years now, Google has offered its Google Maps Engine to enterprises that want to visualize their custom geospacial data. Starting today, anybody will be able to use a subset of this functionality, thanks to the…

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Notice a little extra red in the blue sea of Facebook the past couple of days? That’s a new picture shared by the Human Rights Campaign, an advocacy group for LGBT individuals and their allies, which…

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Four Ways to Market Like a Startup

Source: Four Ways to Market Like a Startup By: Brian Gregg and Vivian Weng The culture of “big” — big budgets, big campaigns, big reports — has driven marketing decisions and budgets for decades. But “big” is often cumbersome and

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If You’re Serious About Ideas, Get Serious About Blogging

Source: If You’re Serious About Ideas, Get Serious About Blogging By: Dorie Clark These days, Pinterest and Instagram get all the headlines as companies desperately racing to establish a beachhead on what could be the next mega-platform. But that doesn’t

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WordPress.com Has Imported 15M Posts In The Last 30 Days, Remains A Top Safe Haven For Nomad Bloggers

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Here’s a familiar scenario: You’ve become bored with the current blogging platform you’re on or it decides to shut down like Posterous did after Twitter acquired it. What do you do with all of your posts? Sure, you could…

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MEET FORECAST, THE WEB APP THAT HAS WEB APP DEVELOPERS DROOLING

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Anyone remember the last time I said “Wow! Look at how pretty this web app is!”? Because I don’t. At least, not before this morning when I saw Forecast. Warning before anyone is like “WTF? Why…

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iTunes Not Exactly Break-Even Anymore

Source : iTunes Not Exactly Break-Even Anymore. > Conceived as a low-margin “break-even” operation intended to drive hardware sales, Apple’s iTunes Store may be evolving into a significant profit center for the company, thanks to the addition of some new

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