In one minute social networks blow up: 100 new accounts are created on LinkedIn and 320 on Twitter. There are 100 000 tweets every 60 seconds and 277 000 Facebook logins — check out the infographic for more staggering numbers.
Just as the Japanese, Spanish and French languages are uniquely different, programming languages also have their variations, some more popular and easier to use than others. With the recent introduction of some new ones, there is a ‘war’ of modern day languages.
What’s easier and faster to use is not always the best option.
As we saw at our recent #ShiftNYC event, the unprecedented amount of information, connectivity, energy and creativity taking place is redefining how we interact in our personal and professional lives. Our home and work lives are converging as technologies, tools and trends have shifted the way we live and work — we’re experiencing a #shift to ONE LIFE. The changing workforce dynamic is in a continual state of evolution. To help bring this idea to life, we developed the following infographic to highlight this pivotal point in history.
The PC didn’t magically appear in its current wide-screen, multi-core, HD/3D viewing form overnight. It took many years (30, to be exact) to evolve from the venerable IBM PC of 1981 to the high-powered tech gadgets of today. The original idea of the PC was sound: using off the shelf parts combined with a relatively open, but fiercely curated set of standards so we wouldn’t have to reinvent the wheel every time we wanted to advance from one version of the PC to the next.
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