Michael B. from the Mozilla Marketing list recently posted an hypothesis on why Google Chrome may suddenly start taking a much larger chunk out of the browser market now that Microsoft’s browser selection screens are appearing in the EU. “I’ve a hypothesis to explain Chrome’s recent and sudden surge of usage share the last couple months. Let me first say that almost every time I ever ask what web browser someone uses, the answer I get is Google….” Continue reading Microsoft’s Browser Selection + User Ignorance Lets Google’s Chrome “cheat”?
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OK, I’m intrigued. I just read this, UPS: Driving cost savings by eliminating left-hand turns: The package flow optimization includes … Continue reading Not making left turns saves money?