The International Association of Internet Professionals (IAIP) is a nonprofit association that provides professional networking and a forum to promote common interests amongst individuals working in and around Internet technologies. Our members and constituents believe strongly in creating a vibrant, thriving Internet community that naturally grows and evolves to serve the needs of people everywhere.
Inspired by today’s article on web browser market share from Ars Technica, we here at IAIP decided to take a closer look at which browsers our members are using to access internetprofessionals.org. April was the first full month Internet Explorer 9 and Firefox 4 were both available.
The International Association of Internet Professionals (IAIP) announced today that Jonathan Perelman, a member of Google’s Global Industry Relations team, has joined the association’s Advisory Board. At Google, Perelman is responsible for brand identity initiatives and relationship management with advertising industry groups and advertising thought leaders...
IAIP member Eric Williamson continues his panel reviews of the 18th annual SXSW® Interactive Festival. Here he reviews the "User Research in Gaming" panel administered by Bill Fulton, Rich Riden, Ray Kowalewski and Marina Kobayashi.
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In the wake of the London riots, British Prime Minister David Cameron announced to Parliament that he was considering limiting the use of social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. What's your view - a good safety precaution or a ban of free speech?
Google has acquired the g.co domain which the search giant plans to use for official Google products and services only. According to the post on Google's blog, nothing will change with its public URL shortener goo.gl.
Even with al-Qaida using the internet in more sinister ways, such as trying to recruit American Muslims to commit acts of violence in nearby malls and restaurants, the Obama White House’s new strategy to fight terrorism has not addressed terrorist activities online as much as it should.
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