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YouTube's Video Pick Spells Doom for Adobe Flash and More Articles (1)

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Every Friday we publish our “Follow Friday” series which features a few industry news articles we would like to share with you. We are constantly finding interesting, fun, exciting, noteworthy, shocking and industry-changing articles all week long on the internet. Check us out every week to see what catches our eye around the web!

This week’s Follow Friday articles include YouTube’s Video Pick Spells Doom for Adobe Flash, Microsoft Launches Outlook For iOS And Android and more.

Click here to read the articles.

Check Out Our Photo Compression Infographic

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It’s no secret — we’re a snap-happy society. Mobile device users are taking more pictures annually than ever before, and the habit is eating up our storage space like crazy. Image compression is a complicated process, but Accusoft's scientists developed a patented algorithm that dramatically shrinks the file size of a photo without losing the quality. They achieved this by shrinking the file size without reducing the number of pixels.

Read more about our new compression infographic.

Mobile Document Collaboration Fuels Communication in the Oil & Gas Industry

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Beneath our feet, millions of miles of pipelines transport liquid petroleum and other gas and fuel sources throughout the country. There are over 1,600 rotary rigs in the United States. We rely on these sources for fuel to power our homes, office buildings, cars, airplanes, and virtually anything else that requires oil or gas.

Click here to read more about the difference mobile document collaboration can make.

32 Years After Lotus, a Lesson Learned

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On this day in 1983, Lotus 1-2-3 made its debut on what was then still labeled the IBM Personal Computer.

You know the official story: Lotus was the “killer app” that served to popularize its hardware host, just as VisiCalc had sanctified the Apple II before it. But over the decade that followed, Lotus slowly lost feature/function ground to competitor Microsoft Excel, which eventually dominated following IBM’s fire-sale acquisition of Lotus Corp. Last year, IBM finally, and with little pomp or notice, retired all support for 1-2-3’s last, lamented incarnation. R.I.P.

Read more about a lesson learned from the tale of Lotus.

Bill Gates Gets Jimmy Fallon to Drink Sewer Sludge and More Articles

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Every Friday we publish our “Follow Friday” series which features a few industry news articles we would like to share with you. We are constantly finding interesting, fun, exciting, noteworthy, shocking and industry-changing articles all week long on the internet. Check us out every week to see what catches our eye around the web!

This week’s Follow Friday articles include Bill Gates Gets Jimmy Fallon to Drink Sewer Sludge, The Current Status of Browser-based Virtual Reality in HTML5, and more.

Click here to read the articles.