Bleeding Edge


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Bleeding Edge

The latest, flashiest graphic technology, especially on the Internet. The bleeding edge may be used in a pejorative sense to refer to advertisers that sacrifice quality for the perceived showiness of online ads.
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We are flattered to receive T3's Bleeding Edge Firm Award.
Real-time applications currently reside on the bleeding edge of Android technology.
While I will never claim to be on the bleeding edge of anything--I have been "tweeting" for the last month or so as PharmProEditor (www.
Drawn from the most advanced digital mapping technology available, "Goode's World Atlas" is the leader of atlases, highly recommended for anyone in the market for an atlas, or must be on the bleeding edge of knowledge in this subject.
In our community, we know of too many times when we've stepped over the leading edge onto the bleeding edge and suffered for it.
I'd advise people to focus on cutting-edge systems, but not bleeding edge," says Allen, whose firm has designed dining areas and other student life spaces at such schools as MIT and Northeastern University (Mass.
It is remarkable and encouraging that political appointees understand such bleeding edge technologies and are focused on gathering counterparty risk data at this level of detail and at this time.