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Ave # of Facebook Friends Pew reports the average number of Facebook friends to be 229 (May 2012) which lines up with analysis on the Facebook S1 which pegs it at 234. This huge rise from the numbers Facebook’s shared

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Mobile Web Consumers in the US now spend more time each day on their phone than any other device, including their TV. 

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Age is more deterministic than Income for smartphone ownership. Even those 18-24 making less than $15K a year own a smartphone is very high numbers. 

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Join the Movement. Talk to your congressperson and senator. 

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Discovered this facinating visual history of Apple (by PopChartLab) and the background on creating the infographic (by FastCoDesign). It’s so interesting how complicated their product-line became during the early 90s when the company struggled so much and how much it

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A fantastic infographic outlining the process for generating lifetime customer value for your business. In this example Kiss Metrics looks at Starbucks. 

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42% of people are already familiar with QR Codes and the #1 motivator for scanning one is to receive a discount. I’m glad to see this simple technology starting to take hold… 

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We recently looked at how US Smartphone consumers use, lose, and backup (sometimes) their stuff (contacts, music, apps, email). While many say their contact lists are the hardest to replace if lost, it turns out only Gen-Y seems to care

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Preston builds apps that shape Comcast's next generation mobile and TV experiences at its Silicon Valley Innovation Center.

Former GM of Plaxo.com (acquired by Comcast), User Experience Design leader at eBay, Microsoft PM. MBA from UC Berkeley.

Danville Dad of Three.