Second place Nordstrom (NYSE: JWN) got 8.1% of the business and after that the numbers get fairly bleak. Macy’s only takes in 3.6% of the dollars millennials spend on apparel and accessories online, while mall favorite Victoria’s Secret ties Macy’s, Old Navy scores third place with 5.1%, J. Crew nabs fourth at 4.2%, with Gap at 3.4%, and Banana Republic gets 2%. (Gap, Banana Republic, and Old Navy have the same parent company, Gap Inc.).
It scroll the same, lets users make phone calls and everything, only it’s running in the browser.
That doesn’t bother anyone at Dropbox. “We know that 100 percent of our customers are going to be either an Office 365 customer or a Google Apps customer,” Houston says. “No one’s going to stop using Excel because they use Paper.”
“Any website has to be given the opportunity to negotiate with individual labels,” Cuban wrote. “After all, you might just want a specific artist – not all artists for your site – yet the labels won’t negotiate with individuals or small- to medium-size websites… You can’t do it.”
“I played baseball for 10 years now and every time a kid got hurt at a travel ball tournament or something, nobody could find a Band-Aid and I kind of wanted to come up with something to help that,” Rosenthal said during an interview on FOX Business Network’s Varney & Co.
The Treasury Department’s business master file of tax data pertaining to individual business income taxpayers dates back to the 1950s and using an antiquated computer language “and operates on an IBM mainframe.”
With the popularity of “mobile workstations” watch as the desktop declines. Smart companies like HP know this already and are ahead of this trend.
When Kruchten charged Geoff McCabe $9,057 for hosting a website that had received a total of 48 hits, McCabe joined the ranks of incensed citizens eager for revenge. He’s happy that officials have finally taken action, but doesn’t think a civil suit goes far enough.
She didn’t know there was a word for how she felt until last fall, when she got into a deep conversation with a grad student at the outreach center. He suggested she might be demisexual, and after many hours of Googling and Tumblring, a light went on and she realized she finally had a home. “I found others who had a word for it—a culture, a family,” she says. “When I realized I could just be myself, and there was actually a word for it and there were others like me and it was OK, it was a huge weight lifted off of me.”
The flagship of the Kontrol line, and the piece you’ll want to fondle immediately if you’re a digital mixmaster, is the larger Kontrol S4. The refresh adds some haptic feedback to the motorized jog wheels—those circular platters on the controller—to make them more closely mimic the feel of real turntables and to add some advanced touch controls. First, if you place your hand on one of the jog wheels when it’s spinning, you can feel a pleasant momentum and weight, and it really does feel as if you’re putting your hand on a moving turntable. You can nudge the wheels forward or apply a little friction to slow them down and do some old-school beat-matching. Squint just right and you’ll think you’re mixing vinyl singles instead of ephemeral MP3 files. It’s neat.
Once they’re ready to go, Ellis puts on her glasses, bats her shoulder-length black hair away from her eyes, and digs into the movies’ greater cultural contexts. The finished product, which will easily earn a half-million views, is likely the only YouTube clip to ever jam together discussion of “textual metaphors” with footage from Mac and Me.
The National Abortion Federation, which oversees 400 family planning clinics, also tightened security, while federation leaders wait to hear from law enforcement if Horsley’s story is credible.
“There needs to be enough people to play this sport in order for it to be a sport, otherwise it’s just some weird, obscure hobby,” says Chris Thomas, founder of MultiGP, a drone racing league that helps local chapters of its U.S. league put on regional races. “As far as the Drone Racing League is concerned, it brings a lot of people into this sport who’ve never heard of it.”
Dutta’s own goals are decidedly more down to Earth. For him, the real payoff might mean using motes to measure everyday data, in an effort to solve issues of critical sustainability. Dutta thinks the M3 mote and its kin have the potential to determine the real energy costs of your house: for example, they might determine exactly how much water comes out of your shower head. In other words, these motes have the ability to show us the true cost of energy consumption and, in an era when the state of California is facing one of the worst droughts in its history, smart dust just might help to save us from ourselves.