It may be easy to guess the TOP 5 MOST VALUABLE BRANDS IN THE WORLD, but it gets significantly harder to guess once you go past #17 or so on the list. And you won’t believe who’s at the bottom this year.
Look around at what your friends are using for their computers.
They’re all happily typing away on their Macs, bringing their MacBooks to the Starbucks and showing off with their little Apple sticker on the back of their minivan next to the Stick Figure Zombie Family.
Everywhere you look, it’s Apple Apple Apple.
You’re a web developer. What web browsers should you support when you consider your website visitors?
You’re a casual web surfer. Which browser should you stop using in order to guarantee that you’ll still be able to visit your favorite website?
How popular is your computer’s OS? Are you still holding onto that old Windows 2000 or Windows ME relic “just because”?
Or are you just waiting to see what the next big thing out there happens to be, and will switch to that after it’s stable?
Who is the MOST HATED COMPANY IN AMERICA?
That’s an interesting question that was answered in a recent HARRIS POLL. They based their results on a combination of the following six areas, as rated by over 18,000 people:
For some people, the higher the salary the happier they are.
They’ll jump around from company to company, spending 6 months in one place, a year in another – all in the attempt to continually “bounce up” in salary when moving from one company to another.
Why do they do that? Because we all know that staying with one company and relying on that 2%-3% annual raise – if you get even that – is not the best way to increase your retirement nest egg.
There’s a new money making app in the Apple App Store, and it may surprise you as to who that is who has decided to jump into the iOS bandwagon and finally make some cash: MICROSOFT.
Web Watch has told you about how to make your online passwords harder for hackers to easily guess.
But apparently, people are still not paying attention. Yet again, we’ve hearing news reports of leaked hacked passwords list, and “password” and “123456” are still at the top of the list of passwords being used.
How bad is this? Maybe it all depends on which websites you’re using it on.