In a nod to the success of emerging Web 2.0 technologies like AJAX and streaming media, one of the country’s largest Internet benchmarking companies will no longer use page views as its primary metric for comparing sites.
Instead, Mr. Keen’s book is one of bizarre inconsistencies, of self-righteous cliches, of stretched or omitted facts, and of shrill Ann Coulteresque diatribes that are entertaining in their boldness but quickly become boring in their monotony.
Every day, 150,000 people join the Facebook social networking site. Many enthusiastically upload personal information – cultural and consumer tastes, photos and videos – to create a profile page to share with friends and acquaintances.
My name is Kris Hoet and this is my blog dedicated to subjects such as advertising, gadgets, interactive, internet, movies, games … and whatever things that interest me.
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