Tag Archives: Microsoft
Posted on 22. Nov, 2011 by Calum Shepherd.
Denouncing Flash and beginning a campaign to swat its usage, Occupy Flash have received strong coverage in mainstream media. This all begs the question, is it really necessary? Shockwave Player launched in 1995, with Flash being made available to download the following year. Launching in a very different internet landscape from the one seen today, [...]
Posted on 23. May, 2011 by Sandra D'Onofrio.
This year we were expecting the Yahoo! and Microsoft Search Alliance “land” in Europe. A scheme to improve the user experience, as well as making life easier for advertisers and increasing the combined market share, the Search Alliance has successfully gone ahead in the US, with all advertiser accounts migrated between October and November last [...]
Posted on 12. May, 2011 by Andrew Girdwood.
I spent yesterday at Internet World at Earls Court 2. While I was there it seemed busy and buzzing. In particular I often noticed that the speaking sessions had not only filled every seat in the theatre but had a small crowd gathered around the entrance as people tried to watch from outside. I used [...]