Archive for May, 2007

Google Goes Offline

In: web apps

31 May 2007

Google GEARS. Now we’re talking. I’ll watch how fast this makes it into Google’s own web apps, email and calendaring being the obvious candidates. Now Microsoft can feel threatened for good reason. However, and that’s really ironic, right now browser-based apps are way more costly in system resources than well written desktop software. Yep, you […]

I haven’t heard back from Yahoo about their intent with Pipes so I’ll assume they’re just screwing around and having fun (which I guess is a somewhat valid statement about Yahoo as a whole – can Semel close the door after him when he leaves?). To see applications that actually show some business potential, read […]

One of the things we’ve been working on lately is our new site MarketingCharts.com. We are still getting rid of some kinks and have some UI improvements coming, but the site should already be quite useful as it is. Need fresh, updated marketing metrics (about online and offline stuff)? Drop by, check the data out […]


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