Gary Hayes’ excellent “Social Media Count” flash widget has been updated with new statistics current as of September 2010. Be sure to notice the clickable tabs for the categories “social, mobile, and games.” The time duration can also be changed by clicking a different tab at the top of the widget.
When you chose 1+ year as the duration, for some reason there is a large discrepancy between the number of iPads sold shown on the “social” tab versus the “mobile” tab. Not sure why.
I’ll be sharing this tomorrow at a reading conference sponsored by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. My breakout is titled, “Technology Trends in Higher Education.”
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- Visually exploring earth with Panoramio - 2008
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