Monthly Archives: November 2010

Shopping online has been google-ized.

In 2010 there was a rise in online shopping, especially in the apparel section. According to Forrester Research , “Internet sales of apparel and accessories this year will account for 14 percent, or $25 billion, of the $173 billion that … Continue reading

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Holiday consumers hesitant on splurging

With the holiday season approaching, you have hopefully thought about what to buy your loved ones. You may cringe at the thought of having to go shopping several times in big crowds with big bags. But perhaps your mind is … Continue reading

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“I can see ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska’ from my living room.”

As part of my monday morning routine, I watch the View among other morning talk shows. A  hot topic that they discussed was the reaction to Sarah Palin’s Alaska. The TLC show aired last night to 5 million viewers and the … Continue reading

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Google taking over your television set

They’ve already conquered the cellphone industry and are now moving into television territory. Appropriately named ‘Google TV’, it will bring you the ability to search the web for shows, movies, videos and stream them onto your television set. You can … Continue reading

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Adapting to online streaming

Many broadcasters are hesitating with what they put available on the web. But with consumers streaming their TV shows, movies, radio and music all from the internet, its leaving them no choice but to slowly adapt. This doesn’t mean people … Continue reading

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