All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Digital’
According job search and recruiting network ExecuNet, only a third of on-the-market executives surveyed have bothered to conduct a vanity search for their name on the major search engines. The ones who haven’t should reconsider, as 77 percent of recruiters are digging up “digital dirt” on them.
You might want to think twice before refilling an ink cartridge; according to Hewlett-Packard, that act may be a patent violation. The company is going after retailers Walgreens and Office Max for the “offense.” Epson and Lexmark have taken similar actions in the past.
An 11-year old’s social studies presentation has sparked a discussion at the Digital Point search engine forums, when the girl found that Google just wasn’t good enough to help her school research.
American Airlines (AA) has subpoenaed Google to turn over identifying information on a Google Video user who uploaded a copyrighted training video to the site, reports Mercury News. As it is a matter of copyright infringement, Google may not be able to be as defiant as it was with the US Justice Department (DOJ).
The digital age brings with it a ton of legal questions, many of which have yet to be fully addressed by the courts. Much of this has to do with the lack of precedent and legislation, and sometimes judges’ reluctance to allow digital evidence. At SES NY, a team of legal experts was assembled to address all of these issues.
Publicis, a massive conglomerate of advertising and PR agencies, has formed a new standalone consultancy to help clients “exploit the rapidly changing digital, interactive and mobile communication environment.”
The line it is drawn the curse it is cast The slow one now will later be fast As the present now will later be past The order is rapidly fadin’. And the first one now will later be last For the times they are a-changin’. – (Bob Dylan, 1963)
Digital book programs seem to be all the rage since a particularly large search engine company decided to put most all books online. Online retailer Amazon decided to offer an alternative to publishers that should sit well with them. They will SELL digital books.
Joe Digital carries a sack full of chargers for his phone, PDA, MP3 Player, his digital camera, and his electric shaver. Joe Digital hasn’t heard of Splashpower’s latest revelation at the Ceatec consumer electronics expo in Tokyo, which is geared to lighten his burden though a one-stop electromagnetic wireless charger.
IDC has reported results from a survey that suggest that contrary to what some may think, digital cameras are not losing popularity at the hands of camera phones.
A few days ago a prospect replied to one of my follow up auto-responders where I asked how they were doing and if they had any questions or if they needed help with my free workbook they downloaded.
Also, the California State University system will use Cdigix to provide digital entertainment services on its campuses.
The broadcasting lobby addressed the Senate and said it would accept a firm changeover date of January 1, 2009.
The DOI Foundation has unveiled the DOI-EB (EB stands for e-books) Initiative in the Book Expo America Show 2001, to, in their words:
A number of people have been receiving email invites to download a demo of Google’s upcoming mapping service, Google Earth. One of the bigger announcements concerning Google Earth was the introduction of 3 dimensional representations of different cities.
While waiting for someone to show up to a meeting, a few of us were chatting about music. Greg was playing a selection from his “music that’d scare you about the rest of my music collection” (or something like that).
Nowadays in the digital technology world, consumers are getting more inclined in the digital imaging market. As compared before, digital imaging tools like digital cameras, color printers and color scanners became less expensive, thus more accessible to eager users. Digital colors, along with their inherent complexities accompany the boom of digital imaging technology.
A congressional subcommittee hearing, spearheaded by Texas representative Lamar Smith, concerning mandates for digital music interoperability began yesterday, with a noticeable absence: Apple.
Yahoo will soon launch a digital store and music player, to compete with Apple’s iTunes.
The creation of Paint Shop Pro (PSP) started as a simple shareware bitmap editor. But over the years of development and upgrade, it has transformed itself into a professional photo editor that gives even Photoshop a run for its money.
Cisco Systems announced a sponsorship of MIT Media Lab’s Digital Life Consortium, further expanding its strategic relationship with MIT.
Dominion Digital announced that senior consultant Michael Kittel has co-authored a book titled ASP.NET Cookbook with former company consultant Geoffrey LeBlond.
Digital Impact today reported that it continued to achieve record deliverability results during the second quarter of 2004.