For the last leg of our three-part post, we’ve compiled our last 15 of the most entertaining and technical sites from PCMag’s Top 100 Websites of 2009. Read on to discover more sites you may not have known about.
By now, almost everyone has seen the unique way Google celebrates holidays or pays homage with their home page logo. Here we present 11 of their most creative masterpieces.
Yesterday, the folks over at Mashable posted a new blog entry entitled “IE6 Must Die for the Web to Move On.” Since then, the post has been retweeted over 3200 times, received over 2700 diggs and quickly moved up the list on Twitter’s Trending Topics. The article seems to have “poked the bear” because it seems almost everyone on Twitter wants IE6 to die. Twitter users have even started adding an “IE6 must die” ribbon to their avatars to express support.
Since the Internet is quickly becoming mainstream media’s biggest contender, it’s easy for your company’s message to get drowned out in the mix. One of the easiest ways to set your company apart from the competition is the use of a professional, easily recognizable logo. Think about it–what comes to mind when you see golden arches? Red cola cans? A brown shipping company? A solid logo design can make your company stand out and be memorable.