“How Coolness Defined the World Wide Web of the 1990s”
If you weren’t online in the mid-1990s, you might have missed the tremendous effort devoted to curating, sharing, and circulating the coolness of the World Wide Web. The early web was simply teeming with declarations of cool: Cool Sites of the Day, the Night, the Week, the Year; Cool Surf Spots; Cool Picks; Way Cool Websites; Project Cool Sightings. Coolness awards once besieged the web’s virtual landscape like an overgrown trophy collection.
“How To Tell If You’re In A Cloud-Friendly Industry” via TechCrunch.
Great article and summary of the key points that determine how cloud-friendly an industry is.
“Android KitKat hits 13.6% adoption, Jelly Bean falls below 60% and Gingerbread slips under 15%” – via TheNextWeb
2014 won’t be the year of KitKat but the version is making a ton of progress.
“LINE Corporation Announces 2014 Q1 Earnings”
223% year over year growth and 400 million users (although not sure what their DAU are). Impressive stats and more support that OTT messaging is continuing to grow (and dilute user engagement on traditional carriers).
“More Than 6 Months Later, KitKat Still on Less Than 10% of Android Devices” via Mashable
The Android fragmentation problem will make adoption of their new OS’s consistently slower than iOS, although KitKat adoption is at least climbing steadily.
“We believe users are hungry for technology solutions that can make their daily routines more fluid,” explains our CEO, Iñaki Berenguer. “Contactive is putting muscle behind complex big data problems to deliver identity information that helps people be more productive. We think that CallerID is just the beginning.”
Happy one year anniversary!
See more at: http://blog.contactive.com/post/82279783820/one-year-later
Team Contactive and new friends representin’ at last night’s Digital Dumbo event in Brooklyn. (at The Dumbo Loft)
Gorgeous night outside the office. #nyc #soho (at Contactive)
Cold and blustery. #nyc #polarvortex2 (at SoHo Square Park)