Once again we hope that you had a great week. Zurich, our hometown, certainly had one. Lifestyle magazine Monocle named it the most liveable city in world for 2012. Here are five further items that stood out for us in the last seven days.
Drupal Groups: Drupal 8 Multilingual Sprint report from Barcelona
Returning readers will know that we believe that one of the factors for our love of the CMS is the strong community. In order to give that something back we sent Michael and Vasi to support the development of Drupal 8 in Barcelona last week. Here is Gábor Hojtsy's, Lead of the Drupal 8's Multilingual initiative, report.
Search Engine Optimization
.net magazine: 10 things you need to know about Google Panda and Penguin
Good starting point if you want to learn more about how the latest changes to Google's search algorithm might affects your website.
The Euros 2012: Social stats
If you are into Football you will be aware that the players have taken to Twitter and managed to get themselves in to some odd situations. The website "The Euros" have created a page dedicated to the social media stats of the players at the European Championship in Poland and Ukraine.
Interesting to sees how the number of Twitter followers of Russia's shooting star Alan Dzagoev experienced a hockey stick growth after their fateful game vs. Greece.
Tages Anzeiger: Schweizer sind Europameister im mobilen Surfen
Staying on the European Championship theme: Swiss consumers have been crowned as the Continent's most avid users of the web on mobile devices. This article is unfortunately in German but the data study this is based on can be found here.
Native- vs Web Apps
ReadWriteWeb: Tablet Owners Prefer Browsers to Native Apps
Interesting insight into the preferences of users when it comes to consuming digital newspaper/magazine content on mobile devices. Publishers: If a browser based approach is on your horizon, give us a call.