At school, teachers have taught us that there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers; experience has taught us that our teachers weren't always right.
I was a late adopter of Foursquare, and now I regret I didn't check in more often, because Foursquare has created a time machine that shows a nice animation based on your previous check-ins.
Obviously, Ghent is the place where I've checked in most:
The US comes second when looking at the countries where I've checked in most:
Normally, I should have three more States on the maps by the end of the year: Washington, Georgia and Seattle.
What did I say less than a week ago? I would have a score of 60 (or higher) and my Facebook influence would exceed the Twitter influence?
Check the results and compare:
My score went from 59 to 62 and Facebood is responsible for 49% (26% a week ago) versus Twitter for 41% (58% a week ago). All I had to do was to survive my birthday ;-)
I know that my Klout-score usually sky-rockets after my birthday which due next week on Monday; I liked the number 42, now I'll have to replace it with 43 :-(
That's why I visited my Klout profile and how I found out they'd changed the look and feel of the site.
Currently, my score is 59 and Twitter is responsible for the major part of my "influence". I predict my score will be 60 next week, and the Facebook-generated influence will exceed my Twitter influence.
I can repeat what I wrote a month ago: in the last few weeks, I've had ideas for at least five blog posts, but I never had the time to write about these ideas. For instance: I participated to my first ISO meeting in Vienna, and I returned home with plenty of inspiration. Unfortunately, I didn't have the time to blog about those ideas yet (although some are already on the technical roadmap for the months to come).
As for the site statistics, itextpdf.com is doing well:
Last year (2012), we focused on four goals:
- Creating an Android port for iText,
- Making iText Cloud-ready (GAE),
- Updating the digital signatures functionality to make iText PDF 2.0-ready,
- Creating a new product, named XFA Worker, that allows flattening of dynamic XFA forms.
By the end of the year, numerous customers were using iText on Android, a customer presented how he was using iText on GAE, we published a digital signatures white paper and we had our first customer for XFA Worker using iText in a BPM context.
For 2013, we defined four new goals, with the main focus on improving the products developed last year based on customer feedback, as well as starting a new R&D track oriented towards structured / unstructured documents.