Technology Trend Predictions for 2012 – Travel and Beyond

Growth of Photo and Video Social Networks

2012 will be the year of the multimedia social network. Photo and video based social interaction will grow. Given that the camera on your smartphone is almost as good as your actual camera, the multimedia driven social networks are here to stay and will be an emerging force . . . → Read More: Technology Trend Predictions for 2012 – Travel and Beyond

Web Timeline

A simple timeline, just to remember what happend few years ago…

1994 www protocols 1995 ebay 1996 Netscape and Microsoft war 1997 Someone buys .com domains for 150.000 dollars! 1998 Open Diary, the first blog platform 1999 Napster 2000 Paypal 2001 Napster is closed 2002 Friendster, the first social network 2003 Wikipedia 2004 Facebook, Flickr, . . . → Read More: Web Timeline

Melvin Kranzberg’s six laws of technology state:

1st – Technology is neither good nor bad; nor is it neutral. 2nd – Invention is the mother of necessity. 3rd – Technology comes in packages, big and small. 4th – Although technology might be a prime element in many public issues, nontechnical factors take precedence in technology-policy decisions. 5th – All history is . . . → Read More: Melvin Kranzberg’s six laws of technology state:

Feedback Analytics Platform

The Kampyle Feedback Analytics Service for website owners allows you to listen and respond to your website users. Kampyle provides website owners with a powerful management application that arranges the corrective actions required in a clear and proactive manner, even in cases of large amounts of data. Kampyle’s service can be up and running . . . → Read More: Feedback Analytics Platform

State of the Net – Ireland

Essential eBusiness intelligence for Irish managers.

A quarterly bulletin on online activity in Ireland Compiled by AMAS in association with the Irish Internet Association

DOWNLOAD: Autumn 2008

A new browser: Google Chrome

From the official Google Blog:

9/01/2008 02:10:00 PM

At Google, we have a saying: “launch early and iterate.” While this approach is usually limited to our engineers, it apparently applies to our mailroom as well! As you may have read in the blogosphere, we hit “send” a bit early on a comic book introducing our . . . → Read More: A new browser: Google Chrome