Looking at data provided by StatCounter, it would seem there have some definitely changes in browser use over the past year. In the USA, Google Chrome recently took the crown as the most popular browser in the world. It's been my favorite for the past year as well. Internet Explorer now sits at the #2 spot, with Firefox a strong #3 and Safari a much lower #4.
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Going off the great info on StatCounter.com, I came across this surprising (or not) statistic. 1024x768 is no longer the most popular screensize. Due to widescreen laptops and larger desktop screens, the new benchmark is 1366x768.
Big things are underway. The unofficial announcement here is that I am starting a new web design and Drupal shop. Look for a more official announcement this summer.
The new company, Electric Citizen, will continue to be focused on Minneapolis and St. Paul based organizations, such as cities, government organizations, nonprofits and corporations, building out custom-crafted websites utilizing Drupal as the CMS and framework.
The 2nd Annual Twin CIties DrupalCamp is coming up soon, May 18th and 19th! Several of us having been working hard to put together another great 2 day conference, and anyone with an interest in Drupal should plan to attend. http://2012.tcdrupal.org/
If you are currently working with Drupal as a site editor, designer or new developer, or plan to be working with Drupal soon, you really should consider attending the free training sessions, on May 17th.
Getting more SPAM sent via text messages to your cell phone? This article from the New York Times has a few suggestions, http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/05/technology/personaltech/fighting-back-against-spam-texts.html
Overall, it's a going to be a pain for some time, but at least this is a start.