Monthly Archives: May 2010

iPad Magazines

Last Updated on August 14, 2017 Wired Magazine sells 24,000 copies in one day It turns out iPad may be a viable platform for magazines. Wired magazine sold more than 24,000 iPad apps on its first day in the App Store. Many geeks prefer wired’s content just as much as they do the latest technology, […]

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Zuckerberg: “We just Missed the Mark”

Last Updated on September 14, 2018 Facebook unveils new, easy to use privacy settings   Faced with a potential mass exodus by Facebook users to other social networking sites because of cumbersome privacy settings and the perception that advertisers were using member’s information,  Facebook has simplified the privacy control settings to give users more control over […]

Google Pac-Man logo costs society $120 million in lost productivity; contributes $54 billion in economic impact in U.S. in 2009

Last Updated on September 14, 2018 Google changed its logo over the weekend to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man. It wasn’t like most google logos – static. Google partnered with Namco to make a fully-functional video game Internet users could play on the homepage. No doubt workers all over the world took a few […]


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Virtual Farm advertises in Real World

Last Updated on August 3, 2021 The last thing you want to think about while quenching your thirst with a delicious cherry-flavored 7-11 Slurpee is whether or not you forgot to reap your FarmVille Beets. 7-11 announced it will soon offer FarmVille branded products that will unlock special 7-11-branded items in the popular Facebook game. […]

Happy B-Day Pac-Man

Last Updated on September 14, 2018 How many times did Pac-Man die today and how many ghosts did he eat? Well, hopefully he ate more of Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde than he died. Afterall, it is the P-Mans 30th birthday.     If you didn’t already hear, Google changed its homepage logo into a […]

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Facebook’s Web of Privacy

Last Updated on September 14, 2018 We’ve all heard about the controversy surrounding Facebook’s new privacy policy. With more than 50 privacy settings with more than 170 options, users must opt out if they want to keep their information private.   Facebook makes its users information public by default, enabling thrid-party websites gather information on […]

Protect Your Privacy on Facebook

Last Updated on September 14, 2018 Facebook has taken a lot of flack lately over its default privacy settings, prompting Facebook flight. The social networking website MySpace, which at one time had more users than Facebook, is trying to steal away users by offering them more control over their privacy settings. A group of New York […]

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YouTube Turns 5

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 It doesn’t seem that long ago that Internet users began grasping for their 15 minutes of fame or peering deeper into issues and people’s lives by harnessing the power of YouTube. In only five years time, YouTube has gone from an interesting social experiment to a pop culture icon and […]

Little Known Facts About Facebook

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 Who has the most popular Facebook Page? How many hours are spent each month poking friends, playing Farmville and writing on Facebook walls?  What is the fastest growing demographic in America pouncing on the social networking website? Below are a few interesting Facebook Facts. The infographic was created by   […]



Twitter Beta Testing Business Center

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 Twitter is beta testing its latest feature: the “Twitter Business Center,” Mashable reported.   According to the company “only a handful of accounts have these features presently;” however, Twitter expects the list of company’s using the business center to grow, Mashable reported. The business center gives businesses the ability […]

What is the future of the Web?

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 There is a lot of information on the Internet. It holds so much information, in fact, that it could fill 1,700 libraries of Congress. That’s a lot of books.   But unlike a neat catgorizing system like the dewey decimal system at a libray, the Web is a Wild […]


Google opens App Store

Last Updated on October 10, 2019 Google is making it easier for users to get more tools to analyze traffic to their website. Google’s App Store brings all analytical applications together in one place. The gallery has 32 applications, thus far. Developers can also submit their own apps for consideration for inclusion in the gallery. The applications […]

Yahoo’s Ad Blitz

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 Yahoo launched an $85 million advertising campaign offensive Thursday to steal market share away from Google. Their slogan for the campaign is “Your favorite stuff all in one place. Make Yahoo your home page.” Yahoo was once the number once search engine before Google came along and changed the […]


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That Company is frontpage news

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 That Company was featured on the front page of the Daily Commercial on Tuesday. Check out the well-written news article by Daily Commercial reporter Larry Ell at, which highlights our rich, fun work envrionment. That Company Sales Representatives Buddy Young and Beau McClure have a spirted foosball match. […]

Lake County’s First Tweet Up

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 That Company co-hosted Lake County’s first social media Tweet Up event in Mount Dora, Florida on April 22,2010. A few dozen Tweeters met at Mt. Dora Sushi where they competed for prizes, such as a flatscreen TV, Webcam, t-shirts, a Segway tour and several gift certificates. In order to […]

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That Company CEO Named 2010 Entrepreneur of the Year

Last Updated on December 14, 2017 THAT Company President Ken Knorr was honored with the Entrepreneur of the Year award at the 2010 Lake County Community Service Awards on April 28 at Lake Receptions in Mount Dora.   “I’m extremely thankful to be honored by the community,” said Knorr. “This award would not be possible […]