Facebook release the new diversity numbers within the company and they look pathetic. What do you think? This will be solve over time or is more in to it.
For a feature that doesn't even exist yet, there's been a lot of talk surrounding and video ads. With talk of it potentially generating $1 billion by the end of 2014 and the potential that it holds, its unsurprising that its gathered so much attention, but it's seen delays, a lot of delays.
Read more: http://www.simplyzesty.com/Blog/Article/August-2013/What-Facebook-Needs-First-Before-It-Brings-In-Video-Ads#ixzz2bg6i8xKP
Google is famous for forcing perfectly respectable people to work in studiedly zany offices -- themed ones, no less, whether it's gondola lifts atGoogle Zurich or, as we saw recently, red telephone booths at Google London. So we were pretty wary when the architecture firm Strada sent us news of its freshly completed office for Google in Pittsburgh. We expected Terrible Towels in the bathroom and faux steel mills for meeting rooms. Happily, we were wrong.
Google's recent redesign of Gmail — which shunts "promotional" email into a special folder rather than letting it clutter your inbox — is working to Facebook's advantage, according to UBS Investment Research analysts Eric J. Sheridan, Vishal J. Patel and Timothy E. Chiodo.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/google-is-helping-facebook-steal-ad-revenue-from-yahoo-and-the-new-york-times-2013-8#ixzz2bg5xt9Lw
What you guys think about this?
Google London office-watching has become something of a pastime on the Internet. The search giant is known for its playful, unconventional workspaces--perhaps intended to offset its fairly Vader-esque public image, and certainly, to sweeten the deal for young, in-demand engineers who may be juggling other offers.
— in Fort Lauderdale.
It's so sad that a lot of people think what designers do is easy and frivolous, and we are only doing it for fun, so therefore we should do it for free. They don't understand how much actual work and time goes into making your designs into a business. It's not a 9 to 5 job, it's an all the time job, and we do it because we love it, but it is also hard work. I know there are people out there who value this job, it just seems like there are so many more who don't!
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