Neil deGrasse Tyson's new series premiered Sunday night, and it’s already a hit with a younger audience.
If you’re running a version of the ALA pattern library that’s more than a few weeks old on a public server, please update it right away. The script that powers the navigation in the pattern library was found to have a pretty glaringShow More Summary
There is a vast amount of general advice circulating on how to attract more customers, but it often speaks only to attracting traffic, not on how your website can encourage this traffic to convert to leads or even sales. If visitors come to your website but don't perform any desired action, you have missed a [...]Show More Summary
"Delicate" Steve Marion of Saint Rich reveals the shocking truth about pop music.
Hint: It's not great.
In January, IBM sold its low end server business to Lenovo, which prompted some to ask whether Big Blue was in the process of abandoning its hardware business. In a letter to investors, Chairwoman and CEO Virginia Rometty clarified that … Continue reading ?
Advertising is an ancient art. In the Babylonian sea ports, merchants hired barkers to announce the arrival of wine, spices, and fabrics. Citizens in Greece hung “Lost” posters in hopes of being reunited with children, jewelry, or slaves. Show More Summary
Savannah Peterson gave so much of herself to Instacube she closed the campaign from a hospital bed.
Getting your foot in the door is easy. The real challenge, when it comes to the Web, is keeping that foot out of your mouth.
It’s a choice of plenty with many websites available for checking airline fares. It can be difficult to find one quality service to stick with. But Yapta has a couple of features that set it apart from the rest: Tracking price drops on flights. Show More Summary
Sundar Pichai, Google’s SVP for Android, Apps and Chrome, announced at SXSW 2014 that an Android developer SDK specifically designed for wearable devices will be released in the next two weeks. “In two weeks we are launching the first developer … Continue reading ?
by Mike Fleming Last time I shared here, I established that a major problem affecting your site performance is hat (because you designed or contributed to or commissioned and approved the site) YOU don't have to think when YOU use the...Show More Summary
On average, your readers will only read 28% of the words on a page. Can you tell your whole story in 2-3 sentences? Probably not. The best content marketers start with research and gather great data that supports their message. That data could be customer satisfaction percentages, product ratings, testimonials, reviews, etc. Show More Summary
Why board games aren't "bored" games anymore.
Down is back at SXSW, and so are the sexy ads.
Mobile-first networks Instagram, Snapchat, and Vine reach strategic, engaged audience segments (i.e., young people), which is clearly compelling to marketers. So it's only a matter of time before these networks can turn on the revenue faucets.
The cloud ecosystem is heading into a new phase of growth as the industry shifts its focus away from the lower layers of the stack to higher, value-added functionality. This turning point represents both an opportunity and a challenge for … Continue reading ?
Have you ever seen a Superlambanana in the wild? I have. They’re about seventeen feet high, have the tail of a banana, the body of a sheep and are a bright, luminous yellow. No, I’ve not eaten any moldy bread. I’m not suffering from ergot poisoning. Show More Summary
On the Internet, everyone could be a spy working for the British government.
Dogecoin tipping hasn’t taken over Facebook—or even really made much of dent.