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Aug 01 2012
It's interesting to read what's going on in technology today, especially when it comes to change, and refinement. Many folks are commenting on the speculated iPhone 5 design saying how it changes very little from iPhone 4, and iPhone 4S. And then relate that to Microsoft's announcement of Surface and providing hardware it runs on which was always given over to the OEMs. The iPhone's design changes have been subtle over the years. People have compared the evolution of the iPhone to the Porsche 911 and how little its design has changed over the ...
Jul 03 2012
I'm a big user of iOS, with two iPads, and an iPhone, but I'm also an Android user since I like the 7" feel of my Samsung Tab II for reading, or quick access. Yesterday, I downloaded the latest release from Google for website owners, it's the Google Analytics app.  I purchased some apps in the past for monitoring Analytics from my iOS machines, and this app works pretty similar. One nice feature is the integration with their real-time analytics beta feature. There is some room to grow, and I can see basically they're going to bring the fu...
Jun 23 2012
I just love going to one of my tool sites like Google Analytics and seeing something there new. Google provides one of the best free tools for analyzing traffic and it just got better. If you log into Analytics and then click on the "Home" tab for any site configured, you'll see a new option called Real-Time (beta), and it's exactly what you'd expect it to be, real-time traffic data. I tested it by going to a couple computers and accessing santry.com, to see the number increment immediately. It shows the current user count and the activity tha...
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