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Drag and Compare: The Future of Adaptive Analytics

Every day, every second you need to adapt your business strategy to the real-time Web. The problem is no matter what app you use, you are bound by a pre-defined workflow.

Example: I want to see who is talking about “MacBook Pro”. Step 1 (create new project) -> Step 2 (add keyword “MacBook Pro” to track) -> Step 3 (run report) -> Step 4 (share with team).

Problem #1: There is no “workflow” for the real-time Web.
Example: Apple just came out with a “new MacBook Pro” with “Retina Display”. I need to track and compare both of these other topics. Ug. Now I need to create a whole new project from scratch.

Problem #2: Sometimes we come up with new ideas–or simply change our mind.
Example: Actually, now I want to see what people are saying and how the top keywords compare. No, wait. I want to see how they are trending instead. BTW–I am following the live stream from today’s WWDC. Oh! Man, I really want to track the new “iOS 6” and “iCloud” that was just announced as well…

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This week's photo widgets : Flickr, Picasa and many more…

Photo album widgets – As the weather is becoming sunnier, it’s time to go out with your camera and take some nice pics! Then, you could proudly show the nicest ones on your Netvibes page! Start by adding the Picasa photos album, Flickr or Flickr calendar widgets! If you have an account, just enter it in the “edit” section so it can display your pics! Otherwise add the tag of your choice for random picture displaying. Then you could add Fotolia widget and check out its numerous picture selection. Other photo widgets – Show any image from the web by entering its url or any that you’ve saved on your computer in the Image module widget or discover National geographic’s picture of the day on National geographic photo of the day! You’ll discover talented photographers and wonderful pics from around the globe. Then you could let your self entertain by looking at Ffffound everyone‘s users photos selection or look at the latest news in pictures on The Big picture widget.