can't say i agree with Tim on Wave, but his thoughts are – as always – worth listening to
huh. this, i didn't know.
maybe i'll play with this when (if) i get some vaca time
amen. the carriers are good at very little when it comes to software, as they've proven over and over again.
an interesting observation from Mark on MySQL and Drizzle
great look from Jeremy
unclear on why people got so fired up about this, given the anecdotal nature. it's an interesting datapoint, but it's just a datapoint.
we'll see how these numbers change closer to release. if 7 is what Vista could have and should have been, we're going to see more adoption than people think.
this worked great for me
interesting. the technology questions aside, it'll be interesting to see Google compete with IBM's sales force.
couldn't get this to work, but it's a great plugin for users of wordpress, mailchimp and google analytics. kudos to the mailchimp guys for sponsoring it, incidentally.
an interesting and fresh take on what application installers should look like
it does indeed. the implications of the data being collected are deeper by the minute
"60% of netbook purchasers expect them to have the same functionality as notebook computers, according to recent market research by the NPD group. That misperception leads to disappointment; only 58% of purchasers surveyed were very satisfied with their netbooks. 60% of those who bought netbooks said they did so primarily because of the device's portability, but exactly the same percentage said they never took their netbooks anywhere."
a perfect example of what the mainstream media could do with better data if they cared to. while i continue to have my differences with Mazz, this is a very nice piece; wish we saw more of this.
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