Posts Tagged ‘information’

Europe’s old media forge ad pacts in fight with Facebook, Google

In Britain, rival pay-TV operators Sky Plc and Virgin Media are combining information on customers to offer advertisers more insight into viewers and give them better-targeted ads. AFP In an effort to retain advertisers and slow the advance of Google and Facebook, European broadcasters are setting aside traditional rivalries to forge alliances that offer wider reach for ads and Internet-style data about audiences.
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Google helps developers bind C++ to Python

Fans of C++ praise its power and speed, but even they admit its complexity can be daunting. That’s true when you’re writing libraries in the language, and it’s doubly true when you want to make C++-authored libraries useful to other languages.
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Stoli Vodka Redesigns Website With Pop Art Focus

Its not all the time that a major brand of vodka redesigns its website to be extra artsy, but thats precisely what Stoli Vodka has recently done. The famous Russian vodkas site underwent a radical redesign thats characterized by a dynamic homepage that sees fresh content every 24 hours.
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Ugly Jenkins gets a friendly new UI

Blue Ocean, a reimagined user interface for the Jenkins continuous delivery platform, makes its official debut Wednesday as a free, open source plugin. The interface helps make software development more accessible, said Tyler Croy, director of evangelism at Jenkins solutions provider CloudBees and a board member and contributor on the Jenkins project.
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How to design the perfect infographic

Thanks largely due to the fact that more information is at our fingertips now than at any point in human history, weve entered into an age where both of the following statements are true: People are consuming more content online than ever before;Fewer and fewer people are actually willing to spend time reading that content. According to a study reported on by Slate, roughly 38% of people who click on an article or blog post online dont actually make it past the headline.
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