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“Which is better… this or that?” It is human nature to compare things, routes to take, fruits at the supermarket, even apples and oranges. However, in software sometimes things do some much of the same thing, it is is difficult to come to a conclusion without a “hands on” experience that let’s you taste the full flavor of a product or service. Thankfully, when you have a resource that you can trust, coming to a decision makes this easier. That is why my hat is off to Web Worker Daily and the GigaOm Network for posting such a comparison on their blog here.
November 4th, 2008. (Milwaukee) Onion, Inc. released Decider on a national level today in both Austin, Texas and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Decider is reported by the Business Journal here:
New Website and Online Community Connects Users to Entertainment and Nightlife in Chicago and Madison
Future Decider Sites to Launch in Select U.S. Cities in Coming Months
“Alright, alright, alright” (allegedly) – Matthew McConauhey. Yesterday Thunk Different posted it’s highest traffic day of all time. Officially 4277 visitors on 10/13/2008. That kicks ass. Also, I bought a 36 HDTV for $250 off of Craigslist today. That also kicks ass. Go, go HD macbooks!
‘Alright, alright, alright!”
“600,000 hits. Traffic projects to hit 1 million.” ThunkDifferent.com 10/04/2008
Last month saw some pretty big numbers. Likely enough to advertise some serious coin. However, Thunk Different still has a ways to go before we are even a year old and there is so much more to do with 2.0 weblogs. If you would like to write for Thunk Different, or collaborate just say the word and we’ll see what’s shaking. Thanks for reading people, it’s a great resource, so bookmark us for sure if you like iphone, mac, apple, wii, games, tech, mobile, biz, movies, sex, green business & gorgeous photography – it’s what we do.. its the world thought out and turned on its head, we can think different, this blog is thunk different… It’s web 2.0
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OpenOffice.org announces the release of version 2.4 with 9 new chart features, 5 PDF export enhancements, text to columns in Calc, rectangular selection in Writer, bug fixes, performance improvements, improvements supporting the growing library of extensions such as 3D OpenGL transitions in Impress, and much more.