- n the state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once)
- A decade after its birth, Google has achieved such ubiquity that it's easier to say what it isn't than what it is.
- Nevertheless, Twitter's ubiquity is upon us, and at least the musings of Twitterati like Ashton Kutcher and Shaquille O'Neal are less harmful than their movies.
- The very ubiquity of Verdana seems to be part of the font's appeal.
- Anthony Kennedy in msnbc.com
On the other hand, the ubiquity of those devices has made them generally affordable, so one could counter that employees who need cell phones for similar devices for personal matters can purchase and pay for their own,he said.
- Dan Barker in PR Newswire (press release)
We don't go to Mass, but we can go to the masses,adds Dan Barker, Foundation co-president. "We think it is time for the rest of us to use the mass media to counter the ubiquity of religious messages on roadsides everywhere!"
- Raph Koster in MarketWatch
Building virtual worlds has always been the purview of large companies with deep pockets,said Raph Koster, co-founder of Metaplace. "Our vision at Metaplace is to combine the ubiquity and ease of the Web with the immersive and addictive...