Month: January 2014

Freemium games/apps FTW

Freemium (free to download, with in-app purchases) games and secondarily social apps, generate the most money. Why free games are increasingly the most profitable apps – Quartz

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Lenovo to acquire Google/Motorola handset division

Update: Supposedly Google keeps many of the patents, but they sell for almost 1/5 of the acquisition cost. A surprising move considering I had expected Google wanted Motorola’s patents against Apple. Lenovo to buy Google’s Motorola in China’s largest tech

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How to use TweetLink

Now I don’t have to make my own tutorial. Thanks Laura! Tutorial: How to Create Ready-made Tweets Using TweetLink TweetLink now supports general shortening of links using Google’s URL shortener via Shorten, as well as the public statistics for such links

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WordPress as a true CMS

WordPress is no doubt very popular, easy to use and flexible as a CMS (Content Management System), but it’s still obvious there’s legacy left from its blog engine days. These are in my opinion the things that need to be

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AmoLib – about book recommendations

I and two buddies have started promoting book reading in Sweden via AmoLib, as the state of things is not as it should be among younger people. This is of course just a tiny contribution in this area. Much more

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Testing TweetLink

Examples of markup generated by TweetLink with title ‘Tweet’, text ‘TweetLink’ and link ‘http://tweetlink.abiro.com’. Anchor Tweet Anchor (short) Tweet Anchor (image) Anchor (image/short) Button Button (image)

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