Archive | December, 2011

Most Stumbled Topics in 2011

What topics are Stumblers most interested in? I’m happy to say that we don’t have to guess. StumbleUpon Team was nice enough to provide us with this information. So, without further ado… Most Stumbled Topics in 2011 love funny tattoo games diy wedding harry potter hair recipes food StumbleUpon Team has added Explore Box in [...]

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The Shallow Outlook on the Future by Mashable’s @petecashmore

It’s probably just me. I probably expect too much when I see someone as highly regarded as Mr. Pete Cashmore -of Mashable fame- to enlighten us with his insight into the future of technology. Do you mean to tell me that things will get thinner in 2012? And I will be able to “touch” my [...]

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This Marketing Strategy is NOT for You! – Video

In 1969, when the largest clothing retailer in the USA opened its doors for the first time, they captured their entire marketing strategy in their name, which consists of three little letters. GAP Gap, as in “generational gap”. Gap as in “these are not your father’s jeans” gap. This was during the time when the [...]

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Comment Systems Face Off! LiveFyre Vs DisqUs

I never cared for WordPress’ native comment system. Some people are able to customize it, tweak it, make it look good, but even then it fails on one important point. In order for people to comment using WordPress comment system they have to have a WordPress account. Sure, bloggers have these, but non-bloggers don’t. And [...]

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How To Create An Infographic – With No Discernible Talent Whatsoever

Click to embiggen I’ve spent weeks testing various tools and trying to figure out an easy way for non-Designers to create Infographics. My criteria was that the process had to be easy and intuitive and it couldn’t cost an arm and a leg. This means Photoshop and Illustrator were out of the running because they [...]

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