This photo caused me pause.
The revolution is mobile. Mobile digital gadgets are overshadowing the personal computer, says Martin Giles. Their impact will be far-reaching.
Shout out to:antesmejor
Personally, I spend WAAAAY more time on my phone than on a laptop or desktop.
The LinkedIn Classmates feature tells you where your college mates are working now, what industry they’re working in, and where they’re living, all in a simple glimpse. (via LinkedIn gets into the Alumni game with new ‘Classmates’ feature - The Next Web)
And then, you go to facebook to see how they really feel about where they are working now, the industry they’re in, and where they’re living.
TV is no longer a first priority
42% of Americans are no longer sitting back and watching TV only; they are perusing their tablets while 40% are on mobile phones. I do this too. It’s almost second nature to have the TV on, but it’s not a priority anymore. It’s something that may be on in the background but the computer is becoming first priority. Now even more so with tablets and smart phones TV is falling to the wayside. Social Media might be helping TV, but it’s no longer the first priority for home entertainment.
If everything is shared automatically, nothing has significance.
A very interesting number to take away from this data and also the report is that the fastest growing demographic for social media use currently is the 65+ age group. It grow almost 50% in just the last few years. Now part of that can be the resilience of the baby boomer generation to adopt new social technologies but I think many are starting to realize the raw power that online social communication can bring to a business or even on a personal level.
Adobe introduces Photoshop Touch for tablets
Photoshop which is the most powerful desktop illustration program known and also the most expensive, has made a mobile app that will be available for tablets. The Adobe Photoshop Touch initially will be available on Android and in early 2012 will be available on the iPad.