Wooo, look at those numbers! A live tracking page provided by Chitika Insights has pitted the iPhones’ usage of their advertising network by carrier, and the results are pretty inspiring. To avoid appearing reactionary with this post, I’ll offer a disclaimer and point out that these statistics rely on a great number of factors, including the fact that AT&T users have had their phones for a while, and new Verizon users are likely pecking away feverishly and their new Apple monoliths. This also illustrates a ratio and not true numbers, so there’s no insight into whether or not AT&T is losing customers, or if big red is just picking up customers that were waiting for the Verizon network–for 3.5 years.
Archive for February, 2011
IE9 Beta: New Look, Same Terrible Taste
While tooling around on Gizmodo, I came across a large banner ad for Internet Explorer that boasted its HTML5 performance over its able-bodied counterparts. From my extensive experience, I knew there was something a bit FishIE right off the bat. For once, I clicked on the ad and headed to their site for further investigation. What resulted angered me and sent me on a day-long tangent to expose MS for their dishonesty and their continuing vendetta against every user of the internet.