ever wonder how painter and television personality bob ross would portray social networks such as facebook or twitter? well, now you can see for yourself. on the canvas of bob ross, facebook is a mega mountain with 600 million happy little users, and google buzz (remember that?) is a desert with “swirly tumbleweeds.” bob ross [...]
are you ready to “cut the cord”? personally i see netflix and hulu plus as having their own value and subscribe to both. in addition to espn3 the three of them have replaced cable in my house and i couldn’t be happier. via mashable.com
i hope that everyone will enjoy this very funny look at corporate cultures and structures as much as i do. you can defiantly see how the philosophy of each high-profile tech company is nicely illustrated through a (made up) organizational chart.
the numbers say it all. if you know anyone considering enrolling at a for-profit school, this infographic from campus progress puts together quotes from people involved in the industry, statistics, and facts in an easy-to-digest infographic. via campusprogress.org
via assets.unbounce.com the noob guide to online marketing is a 6-month plan for non-marketers to use as a reference to succeed in online marketing. it is based on information and an article from oli gardner on seomoz.org.
it wasnt just netflix. as much as the infographic makes it seem that way i want to point out that netflix didn’t take down blockbuster by itself. i think that otehr streaming services like hulu had to do with it as well. my favorite stat on the infographic: “back in 2000, blockbuster declined several offers [...]