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Versailles 3D: Created by Google-Gives You an Impressive Tour of Louis XIV’s Famous Palace

Versailles 3D: Created by Google-Gives You an Impressive Tour of Louis XIV’s Famous Palace | Bite Size Business Insights | Scoop.it

With 3D scale models, music, and video, Google's Versailles 3D brings the best of 21st century web arts to 18th century art history. The palace was built by Louis XIV, the “Sun King,” who exemplified all of the authoritarian excesses of the French...


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Kelloggs Corn Flakes with Superman & Jimmy Olsen

It's amazing how Superman can fly thru the air as fast as he does with an open box of corn flakes and not spill/lose any!! Not only are the boxes open (without top flaps), but they also appear to have no inner-bag in the box!!??!! But that's why they call him Superman!!

 

This "integrated" commercial appeared at the end of several episodes of "THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN" during the 1955-'56 season.


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15 Time Wasters Successful People Avoid [infographic] | N2Growth Blog

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The Rapid Rise Of Social Media

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Recently discovered in a McKinsey Global Inst Report “The Social Economy: Unlocking Value And Productivity Through Social Technologies” , Statista's Chart 'The Rapid Rise Of Social Media' shows how the pace of technological progress has changed over the past century and the time it took selected technologies and services to reach 50 million users worldwide.

 

It took the radio 38 years to reach 50 million users worldwide. The next revolution came around a little quicker: 13 years passed until 50 million people enjoyed moving images in their own homes.

With the arrival of the internet the pace of technological adoption really picked up: while it still took internet service providers three years to reach 50 million subscribers, the world wide web dramatically enlarged the potential audience for everyone with an innovative product or service.

Facebook, now on track to reach 1 billion users, needed just one year to reach 50 million users and Twitter was even quicker to reach that milestone.

 

By Statista http://bit.ly/OrtrDi

Source  http://bit.ly/N4X3Hk

 

Download the Report The Social Economy: Unlocking Value And Productivity Through Social Technologies [PDF] http://bit.ly/MlE5Qq


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