Janrain, a user management platform that enables third party sign-in with 18 different providers, including Facebook, Google, and Twitter; is releasing its Q1 2011 report today. Janrain’s report analyzes data from networks for social login and social sharing across the 350,000 websites worldwide that use Janrain sign-in product, Engage. For the first time in a year, Facebook has surpassed Google as the consumer preference for signing into Internet sites using Janrain.
During Q1 of 2011 (January 1 through March 31), 35% of online users chose to sign-in to sites with a Facebook account compared to 27% in Q4 of 2010. And 31% of users chose their Google log-in in Q1, followed by Yahoo with 13% and Twitter with 7%.
Ahh..Saturday..Its Finally here.
I'm in the mood for some ghost stories so here goes...
A few years ago, a father and a mother needed a break, so they headed out for a night on the town and called their most trusted babysitter.
When the babysitter arrived, the two children were already fast asleep in bed. The babysitter just got to sit around and make sure everything was okay with the children.
Later that night, the babysitter called the parents and asked them if she could make some food.
''Of course'', the parents said. The babysitter also had one final request...
She asked if she could cover the clown statue in the corner of the bedroom with a blanket or cloth because it freaked her out.
The phone line was silent for a moment, and the father said,
"Take the children and get out of the house... we will call the police. We do not have a clown statue."