We invited our friends from Geefts – the gifts for geeks bible – to start a regular column on Inspired Mag, recommending the hottest (self) gift ideas for geeks, including cool gadgets like wireless audio gifts, must have books, movies and all sorts of awe-inspiring products. This is the second installment of the series soContinue Reading “14 More Fresh Gifts for Your Inner Geek”
We invited our friends from Geefts – the gifts for geeks bible – to start a regular column on Inspired Mag, recommending the hottest (self) gift ideas for geeks, including cool gadgets, must have books, movies and all sorts of awe-inspiring products. This is the first installment of the series so we’d be more thanContinue Reading “Inspired Gifts For All Sorts Of Geeks”
Based on the 2010 study provided by Bain & Company for the Forum d’Avignon, by Patrick Béhar, Laurent Colombani and Sophie Krishnan, this infographic compiles some interesting facts and numbers presented in that report. From the share of consumers ready to pay for content from online sources, to the impacts on the book industry, the Publishing inContinue Reading “Exclusive Infographic: Publishing in the Digital Era”
The evolution of graphic design is very interesting. It is hard to believe the way we do things now that thousands of years ago “graphic designers” were chipping pictographs into cave walls. While some designers would probably be much better at that than they are with Photoshop it is really fun to look back andContinue Reading “New Infographic: The Darwinian Evolution of Graphic Design”
In less than 10 years, Skype has matured to the pride of its Swedish, Danish and Estonian parents, and has just been sold for $8.5 billion to Microsoft. In this fantastic infographic by Online MBA, we take a look at the whole process. And without further ado, we present Skype: A Coming of Age Story.
Looking at the browsers in the current browser race it is hard to remember the time when Netscape had over 86% of the market share. Once Microsoft started integrating Internet Explorer with Windows they unsurprisingly took over the market and dominated it for several years. Enjoy!