Keeping in mind that some of the data in the infographic seems to be a bit misleading (cfr discussion on Lifehacker) it still poses an interesting question about how shopping is shifting from online and offline, and which product categories are big in e-commerce.
In times when every single blog around the globe feels the need to think of some joke to post on April Fools Day, there was actually only one post that made me smile today. Lifehacker Gina Trapani posted a top 10 of harmless geek pranks and they look like pretty good office fun indeed.
Whether you install the Blue Screen Of Death screensaver on a colleague’s pc, replace the desktop with a fake version or rather customize the printer’s console message this is a post you should bookmark for whenever you’re up for some geek fun.
Read the full post at Lifehacker.