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Brett Miller

Member since: Nov 6th, 2010

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Google Chrome will soon get proper support for multiple user profiles (Download Squad)

Nov 28th 2010 9:35AM The concept of "fast switching" between browser sessions/users will be a welcome addition to Chrome. It will ease the shared computer scenario, without requiring complete Log Off.

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Adobe Flash-to-HTML5 conversion tool now in demo stage (Download Squad)

Nov 18th 2010 5:23PM This is just another way of researching a company, but it has a social media element. There are already many ways to do this where you can find more factual information then just the number of followers (and
company written promo information).

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Adobe Flash-to-HTML5 conversion tool now in demo stage (Download Squad)

Nov 18th 2010 5:12PM Smart move for Adobe to support both Flash and HTML5 because I don't see Steve Jobs allowing Flash on his mobile devices anytime soon.

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Twitter previews official analytics service, prepares to release it for free (Download Squad)

Nov 17th 2010 10:37PM Glad to hear this capability is finally going to be available from Twitter. In order to successfully run your Social Media Campaign, you've got to know what is and is not working.

When can we try it?

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Half of all companies will continue to use Windows XP after it retires in 2014 (Download Squad)

Nov 6th 2010 10:02PM It van be difficult to make intelligent business decisions in the current moment. When you starting asking what are you going to do in 4 years, the value of the answers becomes questionable.

No matter how solid XP was, support for hardware, browser, and applications will be ending. Sure companies can save money by not upgrading, but it will be too costly to deal with all the problems.

It's almost like saying companies shouldn't have computers so they can save money.

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