Twitter Advertising Through the Years [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter Advertising Through the Years [INFOGRAPHIC] Twitter was influenced by texting, which — group messaging aside — isn’t a big advertising platform. So it’s not surprising perhaps that despite its strong growth, Twitter still isn’t an advertising powerhouse. Part of the reason is the fear of killing the golden goose: Run too many ads and your […]

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7 Types of iPhone Users [INFOGRAPHIC]

7 Types of iPhone Users [INFOGRAPHIC] The introduction of the iPhone on the Verizon Wireless network is nearly upon us, in honor of the additional US iPhone carrier I wanted to share this amazing inforgraphic. What type of iPhone user are you? I know what type I am, but I’ll never tell ;0) Source: SocialWayne.com […]

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Wizard Ceases Publication: the End of an Era

Check out my thoughts on the closing of Wizard and Toy Fare magazines on ThinkHero.com. This week you heard a thousand nerd voices cry out and then were suddenly silenced by the news Wizard and Toy Fare will cease publication and their staffs have been let released from their jobs. In a a Press Release from […]

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DC Comics Enters the Digital Age

DC Comics Comes to the Modern Age DC Comics FINALLY came out with a mobile app for the iPhone and iPad… what took so long? Marvel has had their own app for a while now, before that they posted their digital content on other comic reader tools like iVerse or ComiXology (the DC app was […]

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Quick Hit: Apple vs. Flash

VS. Everyone has a side on the recent comments from Steve Jobs about the iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch and the lack of Adobe Flash support. Forget for a minute the argument about reduced battery life and processing power. Take a step back and look at this problem from Apple’s point of view. Apple has a rabid user/fan base who all […]

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