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Now that we all have seen Google Glass some guys tried to think beyond version one. They wanted to visualize how heads up displays can affect our interactions with information, each other and the world.
It’s been one year since Facebook went public. We assume a lot of IPO investors aren’t happy with how things turned out. But, from Facebook’s perspective, it all worked out. It got a good price on its IPO, and now it has plenty of time to develop its business. If CEO Mark Zuckerberg does a good job with the business, this rough first year will be no big deal in the long run.
Fuente: Business Insider
The quality of television shows follow all kinds of patterns. Some shows stink in the beginning and slowly gain steam, whereas others are great at first and then lost momentum towards eventual cancellation. Using data from the Global Episode Opinion Survey, Andrew Clark visualized ratings over time for many popular shows in an interactive.
The new Google Maps has Google Earth and Street View baked into it. With stunning Google imagery, as well as user-generated photos that can be uploaded and submitted to Google Maps, the platform has never looked better.
Google+ added 41 new features to its social network to make it smarter and more intuitive, with the inclusion of bigger pictures and related hashtags. If you’re following a sports team, Google+ will tag it for you by adding, for example, #SFGiants. It also rolled out a new way to improve photos.
Wondering if your Facebook page is doing OK? Quintly recently released its report for the average Facebook page performance in April. The infographic breaks page performance down in terms of size, so you’re not comparing the page for your mom-and-pop store to one that has 3 million fans.
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