November 10, 2014 Garyeoghan

Monday Mentions: 10th November

It’s officially scarf and hat season this morning in Glasgow, and with Christmas coffees, Greggs cookies, sandwiches and soups on offer, a strict diet of festive food is on the agenda for the foreseeable future. 

But enough about delicious mince pie cookies (which are a real thing), let’s see what is going on this morning in the world of Twitter:

E-commerce sites might want to take a peak at this. We’re guessing people abandon carts online simply because they haven’t had to put in a £1 coin to use it.

Google possibly starting to think it isn’t possible to be a scholar and a gentleman.

Pinterest can be a weird and wonderful, but really weird place:

Baidu (Bye-dew) is a massive search engine in China where 5{262b22605905d7bdadc9d0423a4a46028d1c16e5c2069f052c9de36584b442a6} of searches are done in English. Doesn’t sound like much but its 5{262b22605905d7bdadc9d0423a4a46028d1c16e5c2069f052c9de36584b442a6} of 513 million so take some time to learn a bit about it.

And if you missed our tweet about it and like playing about with your phone, take some time to get to know the new Google Maps App. Its all nice and shiny and colourful.

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