I’m a big fan of teaching.
Here are my reasons why:
A little boy falls asleep on a train in India.
25 years later, this little boy, now a young man, used Google Maps to find his family.
Grab the Kleenex, you’re going to need them…
“My name is Rachel Blom and I regularly Google myself.”
There, I’ve said it.
Recent research from PEW shows I’m not the only one. Not that I ever thought I was, but it’s always comforting to know. Here are some interesting facts about people who Google themselves: Continue Reading…
Okay, okay, okay…
I admit it.
This is a little weird, but it’s also pretty cool and could come in handy for some creative idea that I’ve yet to come up with.
It’s called, Google Type, and here’s how it works:
Have you ever used a local service online rating app on iOS or Android like Yelp, Google Local or Foursquare and did an action based on these reviews? Some people might be going to a new restaurant because of all of the great reviews. Others may avoid a hotel because of the low online rating. If you are really ambitious and trusting, you might even go to a specific doctor or get a lawyer based on reviews from strangers.
The problems that has risen is when you pay a company to write good reviews or negatively review competition unfairly.
In California, this is now illegal.
When Google announced it’s new tabbed inbox, I couldn’t wait for all my Gmail accounts to have this new feature!
I imagined my email being sorted just how I like it, much like setting-up automatic labeling, and my inbox becoming a well oiled machine.
Newsletters go here, notifications go there, social messages are kept together, it was a dream come true—right?
Ok, well, it looks like Google really does have it’s eyes on everything: they’ve managed to capture the TARDIS on Street View!
Now, I know that Street View isn’t the most popular feature that Google offers—a massive understatement, to be sure—but this is pretty sweet!
But it isn’t just the TARDIS on the street…
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