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Tuesday, 15 November 2011

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What will be the difference between Groupon Type Daily Deals and Text Cash Network Daily Deals.

#1 With Groupon Type Daily Deals. The Daily Deal companies collect the funds up front and then passes a portion of such funds back to the business which had to honor such coupons. In many cases the business does not receive any of the funds for up to 60 to 90 days. Putting a tremendous cash flow strain on small businesses. With TEXT CASH NETWORK the consumers pay all of the funds directly to the business. 

#2 With Groupon Type Daily Deals your discount MUST be 50% or greater. With TEXT CASH NETWORK, the business chooses what discount to offer consumers. 

#3 With Groupon Type Daily Deals are actually gift certificates purchased by the consumer. With TEXT CASH NETWORK, they are FREE coupons with a discount offer. 

#4 With Groupon Type Daily Deals, you give up at least 75% (SEVENTY FIVE %!) off your retail price! (50% to the consumer, and 50% of the balance to Groupon!) Your advertising expense is ENORMOUS! With TEXT CASH NETWORK, a local business can publish coupons at any time for a fixed price as low as $99. (These sales are made direct to the businesses from T.C.N. in house sales reps).

#5 With Groupon Type Daily Deals, a business needs to accept an unlimited number of discounted sales. Most businesses are not ready to give up 75% on hundreds of sales? Most businesses can not handle that much low-margin or no-margin at all type business? With TEXT CASH NETWORK, a business can make unlimited changes to their coupon offer for FREE... 24/7... so they can change and tweak and test and measure to find the BEST offer for their business and for their customers. You can improve your offer, reduce it, or take it down ANYTIME. 

#6 With Groupon Type Daily Deals, (BY LAW) you MUST accept their 50% off certificates for at least 5 years! With TEXT CASH NETWORK, a business can set the expiration date for any date. It's their choice. 

#7 With Groupon Type Daily Deals, If a business gets 100 new customers @ 50% discount, Each pays $50 for $100 of the product or service, the business pays Groupon Type Daily Deal Companies $2,500. With TEXT CASH NETWORK, the business will pay an average of $99 to $199 monthly.

#8 Groupon Type Daily Deals do not offer any business loyalty rewards programs. The Johnson Group has spent over 10 years in the consumer loyalty and reward programs. Hands down TEXT CASH NETWORK WINS.

Thursday, 27 October 2011

Google Search Interface for Tablets

 Google experiments with a slightly different search interface for tablets. There's a new settings button below the search box that lets you disable SafeSearch and use the advanced search filters. The most popular specialized search engines are no longer hidden behind a small arrow: the new interface mimics the desktop UI and displays a list of search engines, followed by a "more" link. It's quite obvious that the navigation bar starts to become unnecessary, now that the settings button and most navigation links are displayed below the search box.






Three months ago, Google launched an interface optimized for iPad and Android tablets.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Chrome Web Store's Redesign

As promised, Google's Chrome Web Store has a new interface that uses promotional images and larger screenshots, opens extension pages in overlays and makes it easier to install extensions, themes and apps. Another change is that the new version is a lot faster as it uses AJAX to load extension pages. Infinite scrolling replaces pagination, so you no longer have to click "next".

"Promotional images are your chance to capture users' attention and entice them to learn more. Don't just use a screenshot; your images should primarily communicate the brand," suggests Google in the documentation.





Unfortunately, search results are now terrible, as you can see in the screenshot above. When searching for [Gmail], from the top 10 search results, only 2 extensions and apps are relevant. The top search result for [YouTube] is AdBlock, while the first result for [Google Docs] is FB Photo Zoom. The search algorithm is not good enough and Google made things worse by mixing the results for extensions and apps.

The new interface is only available in Chrome and Chromium, so you can go to https://chrome.google.com/webstore in a different browser to see the old interface.




{ Thanks, Costin and Jérémy. }

What's New in Chrome 15? Google System

What's New in Chrome 15?

Thursday, 20 October 2011

A New Look for Gmail Google operating System

A New Look for Gmail Google operating System

A video from Google's YouTube channel (update: the video is now private, but there's a mirror here) introduces a new Gmail interface. It's based on the Preview theme that's already available in Gmail, but there are many other changes: an action bar that uses icons instead of text labels, a completely new interface for conversations, profile pictures next to contacts, a flexible layout that adapts to any window size, display density options like in Google Docs, resizable chat/labels sections, new high-definition themes and an updated search box that includes advanced options.






I don't see the new interface yet, but it will probably be available soon. It's interesting that there's an arrow next to "Mail" and the links to Google Contacts and Google Tasks are missing. Maybe you'll be able to use the arrow to switch to other Google services.


{ Thanks, Carlos. }

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Nicki Minaj - Super Bass

Nicki Minaj - Super Bass

Katy Perry - Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)

Katy PerryLast Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)

Freddie Mercury birthday tribute Katy Perry

Freddie Mercury birthday tribute {Katy Perry}

Freddie Mercury Google Doodle 65th Birthday

Freddie Mercury Google Doodle {65th} Birthday
Source http://www.pcmag.com/

Freddie Mercury Google is celebrating the 65th birthday of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury with a cartoon video doodle set to the band's 1978 hit, "Don't Stop Me Now."
Mercury's birthday was actually September 5, and the doodle ran on Google's international sites yesterday, but the search giant held it until today in the U.S. so as not to conflict with Labor Day.
The Google.com homepage features images of Mercury and a "play" button in the middle. Press it to watch a 98-second YouTube video (below) that pays tribute to Mercury, who died of AIDS-related bronchopneumonia in 1991.
The video features Mercury and his Queen bandmates performing onstage with a glittering Google logo behind them. Following the lyrics of the song, Mercury then becomes a "shooting star leaping through the skies," and finds himself in an old-school video game, riding a tiger, driving a race car, and manning a spaceship. Mercury returns to the stage for one last encore as the song, and then the Google logo, fade out.
Google doodler Jennifer Hom told NBC's Bay Area affiliate that her team spent about three months working on the Mercury doodle, studying old albums and videos. They selected "Don't Stop Me Now" because it was a top-10 hit for the band, and because it was written by Mercury. It was also the first Queen song to be released on cassette tape.
Freddie Mercury Google Doodle Mercury was born Farrokh Bulsara in the British protectorate of Zanzibar. He lived there and in India until the age of 17, when he and his family fled to London due to the 1964 Zanzibar Revolution. He earned a degree in art and graphic design from Ealing Art College, but had a natural talent for music. He was in a number of bands throughout the 60s before founding Queen in the early 70s with guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor; John Deacon later joined as bass guitarist.
The group signed a recording contract with EMI in 1973 and released their debut album, Queen, that same year. Throughout the 70s and early 80s, they had a string of hits in the U.K. and abroad, including "Bohemian Rhapsody," "We Will Rock You," and "We are the Champions."
Though Mercury was known to be quite shy, he came alive on stage, showcasing his vocal abilities and flair for the dramatic. In 1976, the group gave a free concert in London's Hyde Park to an estimated crowd of 200,000 fans. Almost 10 years later, in 1985, Mercury and the band once again wowed the crowd at Live Aid from Wembley Stadium.

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Mercury also pursued a solo career, producing two full albums, 1985's Mr. Bad Guy and 1988's Barcelona, which he recorded with opera singer Montserrat Caballé.
In his later years, Mercury was plagued by rumors about his health. Though his partner, Jim Hutton, reportedly said Mercury was diagnosed with AIDS in 1987, Mercury did not make the news public until November 22, 1991.
"Following the enormous conjecture in the press over the last two weeks, I wish to confirm that I have been tested HIV positive and have AIDS. I felt it correct to keep this information private to date to protect the privacy of those around me," Mercury said in a statement. "However, the time has come now for my friends and fans around the world to know the truth and I hope that everyone will join with me, my doctors, and all those worldwide in the fight against this terrible disease. My privacy has always been very special to me and I am famous for my lack of interviews. Please understand this policy will continue."
Just one day after that announcement was made, Mercury passed away at his home in London. The following year, the remaining members of Queen and their manager, Jim Beach, set up the Mercury Phoenix Trust, which sought to raise money and awareness about AIDS in Mercury's memory. Since 1992, the organization has donated more than $15 million in the fight against AIDS and made over 750 grants to charities worldwide.
In a guest post on the official Google blog, Brian May wrote that "Freddie was fully focused, never allowing anything or anyone to get in the way of his vision for the future. He was truly a free spirit. There are not many of these in the world. To achieve this, you have to be, like Freddie, fearless—unafraid of upsetting anyone's apple cart."
May disputed the idea that Mercury was "fiery, difficult diva who required everyone around him to compromise." Instead, "Freddie was always the one who could find the compromise—the way to pull it through. If he found himself at odds with any one of us, he would quickly dispel the cloud with a generous gesture, a wisecrack or an impromptu present," May wrote.
"He lived life to the full. He devoured life. He celebrated every minute," May concluded. "And, like a great comet, he left a luminous trail which will sparkle for many a generation to come."
In a Monday statement, the Mercury Phoenix Trust said it is "incredibly excited that Google is celebrating the 65th birthday of legendary musician and pioneer Freddie Mercury with a fun, quirky, animated tribute to the Queen frontman. This worldwide tribute from Google is something that doesn't happen very often."
The trust also put together its own 65th birthday video featuring performance and interview footage from Mercury's career. "We are just going to keep it simple and wish Freddie a great day," the organization said.
On Monday, meanwhile, Taylor and May hosted a party in Mercury's honor at The Savoy Hotel. A number of Queen reissues also hit stores, including the band's final five albums with bonus tracks. Universal also released Queen's 1976 Wembley show on DVD.
Google previously produced a live-action doodle for Charlie Chaplin's 122nd birthday in April. In October 2010, meanwhile, the search giant also produced a video tribute to John Lennon on his 70th birthday. For more on Google's doodles, see the slideshow above. One of the company's more recent popular doodle was a playable image in honor of musician Les Paul, which eventually got its own standalone site. The search giant also celebrated the year's first total lunar eclipse with a doodle that included a live feed of the event.
Recently, it was revealed that Google obtained a patent for its popular homepage doodles, covering "systems and methods for enticing users to access a Web site."