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Are URL Shorteners A Necessary Evil, Or Just Evil?

What started out as something people did via e-mail and bookmark-sharing services like Delicious, is now moving to Facebook, Twitter, and other social broadcasting services. It is just so much more efficient to share a link once with all your friends and followers than to send it to each one individually.

Schonfeld, Erick. TechCrunch (2009). Articles>Web Design>User Experience>Social Networking

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As IE8 Begins To Fall, IE Finally Drops Below 50 Percent Browser Share

It was just two years ago that Microsoft’s Internet Explorer web browser controlled 67 percent of the worldwide market, according to data from web analytics company StatCounter. It has been all downhill from there. According to the the latest data from the company, last month, September 2010, marked the first time IE fell below the 50 percent share mark in the past decade.

Siegler, M.G. TechCrunch (2010). Articles>Web Design>Standards>Web Browsers

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The Future of Web Content: HTML5, Flash, Mobile Apps

The recent introduction of the new Apple iPad has stirred the discussion over the future of web content and application runtime formats, and shone light onto the political and business battles emerging between Apple, Adobe and Google. These discussion are often highly polarized and irrational. My hope in this post is to help provide some balance and clarity onto this discussion.

Allaire, Jeremy. TechCrunch (2010). Articles>Web Design>Mobile>Multimedia

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A Map Of Social (Network) Dominance

Even on the Web, world dominance must be achieved one country at a time. While Facebook has long been the largest social network in the world, and should soon pass MySpace in the U.S., it is not the largest social network in every country.

Schonfeld, Erick. TechCrunch (2009). Articles>User Centered Design>Social Networking>International

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