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  • JB: Digital Admiral - A Teaser Portfolio

    JB: Digital Admiral - A Teaser Portfolio

    Highlighted Projects & Achievements from 2007 - 20016

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  • A Day in the Life of the Internet

    A Day in the Life of the Internet

    While most of us have a good, general, understanding that the Internet is huge; do we really have any idea on the scope of just how big that truly is? According to the infographic below, courtesy of MBAonline.com, the amount of data that we consume and share on a daily basis is almost unfathomable. For instance, every 24 hours, there are 294 billion emails sent. 250 million photos For instance, every 24 hours, there are 294 billion emails sent. 250 million photos are uploaded to Facebook. 864,000 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube. And for the doozy… daily iPhone sales now outpace the human population.

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  • Money, Music and Piracy

    Money, Music and Piracy

    As a part of the whole, digital sales now account for some 20 percent of all recorded music sales across the planet. That number is considerably higher in the United States, topping out at closer to 70 percent. The digital model is just more efficient and convenient for consumers and the industry alike. Gone are costs for manufacturing, packaging, retail space, and retail profit which eat up about 34 percent…

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  • The State of The Internet: 2010

    The State of The Internet: 2010

    The Internet is a big place. How big? Try gigantic. The infographic above, from the folks at Focus, attempts to visually represent some of the mind-boggling numbers that defined the Internet circa 2010 — the result is certainly pretty, but still but still not very easy to wrap your head around. How, for example, does one simply imagine the 2 billion videos being watched on YouTube each and every day? [...]

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  • How Color Affects Our Purchasing Habits

    How Color Affects Our Purchasing Habits

    For retailers, shopping is the art of persuasion. Though there are many factors that influence how and what consumers buy. However, a great deal is decided by visual cues, the strongest and most persuasive being color. When marketing new products it is crucial to consider that consumers place visual appearance and color above other factors such as sound, smell and texture. To learn more [...]

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  • Top Twitter Trends in 2010

    Top Twitter Trends in 2010

    As the year comes to a close we can’t help but put things into perspective by creating a “year’s best” list of everything imaginable. It happens every year and this year is no exception. The only difference this year is that we get to include areas of the social media explosion that has dramatically altered computer users online behaviors over the past few years. In this post we’ll dive into the top trends [...]

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  • The Rise of Facebook Mobile

    The Rise of Facebook Mobile

    “Facebook recently announced that the site now has 150 million mobile users worldwide. Much of this has to do with the rapid growth of app usage, specifically on smartphones.Perhaps not surprisingly, social networking apps are the the fastest growing category of all apps, with download rates increasing by 240% in the last year. Of these, Facebook apps are tend to be the most popular; [...]“

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  • How Important Have Apps Become?

    How Important Have Apps Become?

    It goes without saying that as more and more people transition to smartphones, the app industry will only get hotter. Pew’s recent report on mobile apps provided us with a wealth of information on the subject, including use demographics, most popular apps, frequency of use, and cost/number of downloads. These numbers make it clear that apps are becoming an increasingly important part of our [...]

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  • Web 2.0 Summit: Points of Control Map

    Web 2.0 Summit: Points of Control Map

    With the Web 2.0 Summit 2010 kicking off in San Fransisco this week I thought I’d put up a link to the super cool, and super detailed, interactive Web 2.0 Summit Points of Control Map.
    “As themes for conferences go, Points of Control is one of our favorites. Our industry over the past year has been driven by increasingly direct conflicts between its major players: Apple has emerged as a major [...]

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  • The Rise Of Online Advertising

    The Rise Of Online Advertising

    Online advertising is showing healthy gains this year. During the first half of 2010, online advertising revenues were up 11.3 percent to $12.3 billion, according to a new report from the Interactive Advertising Bureau and PriceWaterhouseCoopers (embedded below). At this rate, the report estimates that online ad revenues for the full year should surpass the 2008 peak of $23.4 billion. [...]

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