All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘germs’

Netflix Employee Talks DVD Germs

You may not hear as much about Netflix’s DVD business as you used to since streaming has taken over in recent years, but plenty of enveloped discs still circulate around the country on a day-to-day basis. Last month, the company said it still has 6.9 million DVD members. There’s a good reason for that. The selection is far greater than …

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A Self-Sanitizing Keyboard?

Do dirty keyboards make your skin crawl? Does the idea of using a keyboard after someone else has touched it leave you clammy? If so, Vioguard may have something you’d be interested, provided the idea of a self-sanitizing keyboard appeals to you. The Vioguard keyboard was developed by two previous Microsoft employees, and it has just received approval from the …

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Social Conversion, Brand Storytelling, and Cell Phone Poop

Today’s infographic round-up looks at the differences and features of paid, earned, and owned media. The second infographic shows what it takes to convert in a social world. Finally, learn about the dirtiness of the things we touch on a daily basis. View more infographic round-ups here. Paid, Earned and Owned Media: Conversion In a Social World: Tech Germs:

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