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5 Reasons @HaikuDeck Rocks Visual Marketing

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Haiku Deck Rocks Visual Marketing
If you haven't used http://www.haikudeck.com yet you should. Mark Traphagen turned me on to it and it is the best visual marketing tool out there. Here are 5 reasons we love Haiku Deck:

* SO EASY - the creators of Haiku Deck may have made the easiest to use tool on the plant.
* Free - Amazingly the tool is FREE (at the moment).
* Visual Marketing - we use the tool to find images from the Creative Commons. Content marketing is hampered without great images & Haiku Deck helps you find 'em.
* Their Community - great marketers creating awesome decks makes the Haiku Deck community one of our favorites (right up there with Scoop.it).
* Their team - the Haiku Deck team is responsive, social and they want to help.

If you aren't using this awesome content marketing tool yet, you should be.


Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com:

I'm right there with you, Marty!

Happy birthday, World Wide Web!

From socialmediaslant.com

Does the name Tim Berners-Lee ring a bell? He is the man who, on March 12, 1989, proposed "a universal linked information system" -- a.k.a. the World Wide Web.
Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com:


Witnessing history in motion...

Happy birthday, World Wide Web!

I have no idea why, but I am fascinated by the big universe that is the Web, and how it came into being. While I don't understand how packets and nodes work, the simple fact that I'm here typing this message to people who live hundreds and even thousands of miles away from here is amazing. 

I'm not going to ask you what you were doing 25 years ago, of course. But do you remember the first time you used the Internet? 

Ivor Nidea's curator insight, March 15, 2014 5:37 AM

I bet he didn't expect it to be used to spy on every person who uses it..

Nine0Media's curator insight, March 17, 2014 1:21 PM

#HappyBirthday #Nine0Media #WebDesign 

The Internet: A Decade Later (Infographic)

From curationgalore.wordpress.com

Did you know that there were only 3 million websites and 569 million Internet users in 2002? Internet Explorer was the king of browsers and web pages took about 16 seconds to load. Ten years later,...
Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com:


We have come such a long way in ten years! 

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What the Web Looked Like Before Google

From www.theatlanticwire.com

Today marks the 15th anniversary of Google: What would the Internet look like if there were no Google today? 
Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com:

Do you know that Google Search recently turned 15?

 

In 1998, the Internet was very different from today. Its big stars were Yahoo, AOL, Internet Explorer, Hotmail, and GeoCities.

 

I still remember the sound the modem made when I logged onto the Internet. Yes, there was no wireless Internet then. Actually,  most of us had never heard of unlimited access. My mom paid about $30 every month for 24 hours. If you went over the limit, each additional hour was three or four dollars!

 

Those born after the 1980s will probably have no recollection of what the online world looked like at the time. Luckily for us, Rebecca Greenfield has done some research and shares some cool screenshots and information in her article.

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Wikimedia begins testing encrypted HTTPS browsing by default for all Internet users

From thenextweb.com

Less than two weeks after implementing secure HTTPS connections for users who log in to its sites, Wikimedia -- the organization behind Wikipedia and other websites -- has kicked off ...
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Plenty of Awesomeness by @cendrinemedia: Infographic: How the Internet has changed the world

From plentyawesome.blogspot.ca

Still not convinced about the role played by the Internet and social media in our lives? Check out this great infographic below.
Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com:

Really nice infographic! 

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Interview with Joep Drummen, co-founder of The Big Internet Museum

From www.examiner.com

Do you know that the Internet has its own museum? Aptly named "The Big Internet Museum", the digital spot was founded by Netherlanders Dani Polak, Joep Drummen
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Do you know that the Internet has its own museum?

From www.bubblews.com

Speak Freely. Write Your World.
Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com:

Opened a month ago! Geeks are going to love this site!

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Interview with Joe Plummer, creator of 'Real Actors Read Yelp'

From digitaljournal.com

Have you ever watched an episode of "Real Actors Read Yelp"? If not, time to do that!

 

I had the honor to interview Joe Plummer, the creator of the series, and am sharing the article with you here. 

 

I think the idea behind RARY is really smart. What about you?

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The Evolution of the Internet: 1996 vs. 2011 (Infographic)

From www.creativeramblings.com

I do not know about you, but I love history! I especially enjoy to see how technology has evolved over the decades.

 

Do you remember what websites looked like in 1996? Here is a neat infographic from Online University that will probably bring back memories. I know that it does, in my case.

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Go Back In Time: How 10 Big Websites Looked 15 Years Ago

From www.makeuseof.com

The year was 1997. Apple was a struggling computer company, AOL was a booming Internet service provider, Microsoft was on the verge of releasing Windows 98, and the Web was a very different place.
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