Monthly Archives: February 2011

In Two Years, Most Of You Will Be Reading TechCrunch From An Apple Device


via TechCrunch In February of 2007, 83.24 percent of users visiting TechCrunch did so from a Windows machine. One year later, in February … Read More >> Advertisements

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Here Comes Apple’s Cloud-Based Streaming Service for iTunes


via Fast Company iTunes music streaming has been rumored for a long while, but has never actually surfaced… But if you read between the lines … Read More >>

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Interactive Transparency: The Power of Volunteering


via GOOD In partnership with the Hyundai Elantra, we’re aggregating and visualizing the number of hours people work and the causes … Read More >>

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Feast Your Eyes: 16 Cents of Each Dollar You Spend on Food Goes to the Farm. What Happens to the Rest?


via GOOD This month, the USDA’s Economic Research Service issued a new report in its Food Dollar series, which “measures … Read More >>

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How Likable Is Each Angry Bird? [INFOGRAPHIC]


via Mashable! In case you’re wondering precisely how likable those Angry Birds are, here’s the scoop from The Oatmeal, one of … Read More >>

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The Future of the Connected Car


via Mashable! Most of us who watched Knight Rider as a kid expected that by 2011 we would be driving sleek, self-aware cars like KITT … Read More >>

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Fred Wilson: “Marketing Is For Companies Who Have Sucky Products”


via TechCrunch How much should a startup spend on marketing? The answer, according to VC Fred Wilson, is zero. The best marketing for a … Read More >>

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