Tablets Owners Buy More Consumer Electronics

“It’s an all-digital world for most tablet owners. According to new research from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), just over half (54%) of online consumers have purchased tablets for themselves. This research shows a 4% rise in overall tablet ownership and a general tendency on the part of this audience to purchase more electronic devices than … Continue reading Tablets Owners Buy More Consumer Electronics

Net Neutrality – Simply Explained, in Simple English

Business Insider does a good job of explaining the issues and developments surrounding net neutrality. It seems certain that consumers will be paying more for Internet services requiring greater bandwidth (i.e. video, such as Netflix, etc). Net Neutrality – Simply Explained

MediaPost Publications Catching The Drift: Online Video Views Up Almost 50% Over A Year Ago 04/15/2014

The new comScore Video Metrix report for February comes out just as the IAB touts that the Internet advertising reached $42.8 billion in 2013, which is more than was been spent on television, for the first time. But let’s be clear about it. Of that amount, online video only accounted for $2.8 billion, a sizable 19% … Continue reading MediaPost Publications Catching The Drift: Online Video Views Up Almost 50% Over A Year Ago 04/15/2014

A Google-a-Day Puzzle for Monday, April 25th

As we’ve reported before, our good friends over at Google are starting up a daily puzzle challenge. Each day’s puzzle will task your googling skills a little more, leading you to Google mastery. And much to our enjoyment, they’ve decided to share the puzzles with us at GeekDad (hmm… Google a Day? GD? GeekDad?), so … Continue reading A Google-a-Day Puzzle for Monday, April 25th

How The NYTimes’ Paywall Compares To Those Of Other Big Papers

When the New York Times puts up its paywall later this month, it will be the fifth newspaper among the top 50 by circulation in the U.S. to charge for online access; a sixth, its sibling Boston Globe, is expected to do so later this year. All six papers are taking varying approaches—including charging different … Continue reading How The NYTimes’ Paywall Compares To Those Of Other Big Papers