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"I'm so proud that Kellogg MBAs' 2nd LipDub music video carries on my tradition of awesomeness," I said humbly: http://youtu.be/Ij_QZE8OM4g?hd=1
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My favorite part: "They declined to say whether the increases would be rescinded if Congress revives the travel taxes."
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Man, this feels like watching a friend get pissed drunk and seeing in how much pain they are the next morning.
The U.S. is gonna have a BAD hangover soon.
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All the more reason to follow my strategy of building up the debt to even more immense levels, fund strategic infrastructure and then walk away from it by adopting someone else's currency. Bye, bye China.
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Developers: look into Crittercism, helps you support your mobile apps, here's a video look


When mobile applications crash, it is critical for developers to be aware of the problem so that they are able to get to work on a remedy. Providing feedback, however, can be difficult for users, causing developers to miss out on important information. Crittercism has developed a solution that provides a vehicle for feedback as well as a wealth of additional information to help developers keep their apps running smoothly.

“We developed an SDK that developers drop in their app, and either as a tab or a button you select it [and] up comes our support form where a list of bugs, questions or ideas appear,” explains Andrew Levy, Co-founder and CEO of Crittercism. “You can see what the most popular questions are or what the biggest issues are that developers are working on. We’ve really found that most of the bad reviews in app stores are just support requests, so we’re helping you talk with the developer, and they can actually respond.”

The Crittercism dashboard is full of information for developers. It lists real-time crashes, provides charts that detail the percentage of users for each device that are experiencing a particular problem, and shows users that are loading your app.

“It’s not just about letting users submit their frustrations in the app,” says Levy. “It’s also about gathering the right data, the right diagnostics to help the developer really figure out what the problem is with the app.”

In case the problem lies not in the app itself but in the network, Crittercism also tracks problems with your network usage, Wi-Fi and 3G. Developers can leave breadcrumbs and ping Crittercism servers whenever there’s an issue, allowing them to identify which specific service is causing the problem. Crittercism is also adding support for better handling of background threats that don’t necessarily cause the app to crash but still cause problems.

“We’ve been built for mobile from the ground up…[and] there’s really no one presenting the package that we have,” explains Levy. “Not only are we gathering crash data, but we’re also gathering data that users submit—bugs or questions. We don’t see those as two distinct things. We want to, as much as possible, be able to match crash data with what users are reporting out in the field, and that’s really important to help you figure out what’s going on and then finally tell the users, ‘Hey, we fixed this issue.’”

More info:

Crittercism web site: http://www.crittercism.com/
Crittercism blog: http://blog.crittercism.com/
Crittercism profile on CrunchBase: http://www.crunchbase.com/company/crittercism
Crittercism profile on Twitter: http://twitter.com/crittercism
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Or you could try writing software on contract for intelligence community users. I have pleasant dreams sometimes about not being informed of every minute difficulty my users are having with my software.
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This seems like a good, viral way to decide whether to replace Old Spice Guy... make competitive commercials:
http://www.youtube.com/newoldspiceguyfabio/#p/u/7/CcJwWz7zTjM
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Trying hard to stay awake with your eyes closed while in bed is a trick to fall asleep faster.
http://images.fastcompany.com/upload/zeo-Sleep-Infographic-FFunction.jpg
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Remember those four bases of DNA, A, C, G and T? There are eight now:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/07/110721142408.htm
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