In the spirit of Christmas, we asked you last week for your opinion regarding electronic Christmas cards. While not many of you voted (probably busy with Christmas dinners and presents), the majority of voters still prefer plain old paper cards over anything else.
Out of 147 voters, 24% think e-cards are great and prefer them over paper cards, 40% think paper cards are more personal and are generally superior, 16% are happy as long as they get some kind of card, and a full 20% don’t like sending cards at all.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
So here is some useful information for you for next year: if in doubt, send a paper card!
This week’s poll question is: Which Major Company Is The Best Of 2011?
2011 is over, and it’s time to think back on everything that’s happened. Among other things, 2011 saw the release of Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich, the new iPhone 4S, iPad 2 and iOS 5, Facebook’s Timeline profiles, Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus S, Windows Phone Mango and Nokia’s new WP7 devices, Mozilla’s move to quick update cycles, Amazon’s Kindle Fire, the public launch of Google+ and much much more. So taking all this into account, which is your favorite company of 2011? Who made the greatest progress? Who launched the best products? It’s time for you to choose!
Explain in the comments why you chose the company you did. Further more, if you chose “none of the above”, which do you think should be the best company of 2011?