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Most Popular US Web Browsers

via (ZDNet) Most popular US web browsers, according to the federal government / http://www.zdnet.com/article/the-most-u-s-popular-web-browsers/
Total browser statistics can be found here: http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp

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Its A Question of Comfort

It's a question of comfort level, and that can only be answerred by the individual. If you're a lover of technology you'll embrace it. If the reverse you'll avoid anything tech like the plague. Either way the world of tech moves forward with or without you, and the technology that you choose is ultimately based upon an individual's risk/reward.

I write this because as I was reviewing the latest technology news I found two contrasting articles inches away from each other on the tech page.

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Tweet 20K: A Thank You

 

Thank you for following me.

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InfoGraphic: Librarian Twitter Chats

Are you a librarian, signed up for Twitter but don't really use it? Not sure of who or what to follow? The first step is to engage, and in order to engage in the Librarian-Twitter community you have to know when the events are. It's a great way to see what other librarians are talking about from current issues to future trends in libraries and technology.

Here is a very nice Info Graphic that contains the #hashtags of many of the librarian chats on Twitter -- 7 days a week.

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Yes Virginia, Television is Waning

This probably can be filed under the "No Surprise" category, but two fairly recent articles point to the fact the use of television is waning. One is from Pew Research; the other an article from ZDNet.

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