Future of Open Source Bright

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Results from the fifth annual Future of Open Source Survey were released this week and the future looks bright. Open source is now "fully embraced by both the public and private sectors, and is being implemented across a wide variety of markets and applications such as social publishing and big data" according to the study…. [[ This is a content summary …

Integrating Testing and Analytics

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A very natural relationship exists between testing platforms and analytics applications. One is designed to drive improvements on your site and the other to help measure user behavior so that any changes or improvements can be quantified. While some testing applications do a good job of helping quantify success on their own, the integration of… [[ This is a content …

Google Chrome Web Store Explained [VIDEOS]

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Google Chrome Web Store has just launched. But to some, it may still be a little confusing. The concept is similar to how Android or Apple’s iTunes application marketplace work. Developers submit their applications to the Google Chrome Web Store to be curated. Once approved, these apps will be made available for users to download through […] Related posts: Google …

AppBistro is an App Store for Facebook Business Pages

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Penn Olson features start-ups. Find out more here. Have a Facebook business page but do not know how to build engagement? Some cool and engaging Facebook applications could do the trick. But where do we find these applications? And how do we know which applications are effective? Launched in May 2010 at TechCrunch Disrupt, AppBistro is here to eliminate […] Related posts: …

Twitter Launches Countdown to OAuthcalypse

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In 9 weeks, 3 days and some change, Twitter will turn off basic authentication for apps, making OAuth the only way to connect to Twitter applications. The Twitter API team has even launched a countdown to what it calls “OAuthcalypse.” Currently, there are two ways to connect to apps: basic authentication, where you provide your username and password to a …

HOW TO: Get Started with the iPad

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The iPad has landed and although you’ve likely been reading about it for weeks — if not months — now we can finally explore what Apple’s new device is capable of doing. Given that the device is new to all of us, we thought it appropriate to walk you through the steps to set up your iPad. We’ve also included some basic …

Wi-Fi Stumblers Disappear from Apple App Store

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We wrote repeatedly about Apple’s odd and often unfair application approval process. Instead of fixing it, Apple is just getting weirder and weirder about what apps are allowed in the store. The latest example is the sudden disappearance of several Wi-Fi stumbler applications from the app store. Cult of Mac noticed that Apple has removed apps such as WiFi-Where, WiFiFoFum …