It’s an important day here at Code School. If you’ve been following along with the Google I/O conference in San Francisco, you may have heard we’re teaming up with Google and its Women Techmakers Program to support women and minorities in tech.
Specifically, Google is giving away thousands…
Photography is my way of trying to stay in the moment just a few seconds longer, cherishing it by freezing it in time.
Birgit Pauli-Haack published on Google+ a Slideshow with on how to upload and display PowerPoints on Google+
Over last few days, Google has invited early Google Profile users to claim a vanity URL, and left those not invited wondering how this all might work.
We have received questions from “Do you know the link where one can claim a vanity URL?”; to, “can we call someone?”. This evening, I received my notification to claim my Google+ URL: "www.google.com/+BirgitPauli-Haack".
Read the full post on Relevanza blog by Birgit Pauli-Haack
360 on Facebook - As a social network, as a business and as an Ad-Platform
For the last few weeks, Facebook as received quite a lot of attention. Relevanza’s co-founder, Steve Hart keeped his ears on the ground and cherry-picked a few topics for you.
Have you set-up your Facebook Brand Page? Please make sure to post it in the comment section so we as well as our readers can like it and connect with you there.
Score, Naples Chamber, Google To Present Workshop
Over the last three years, I have grown very fond of the Google Chrome web browser. It’s fast, it’s optimized for Google Apps and it has a small foot print on your machine. And, a little techie tidbit: each tab runs in its own process on the machine, so if one website crashes the browser, the other tabs won’t go down with it. It’s cross-plattform, runs on Windows, Ubuntu/Linux & Macs.
With a growing need to manage your online life across various devices, desktop, laptop, smartphone, office computer, home computer, tablet, iPad, Kindle Fire, using Apps also on a browser reduces a lot of synchronization and configuration issues.
Today, I wanted to share Mashable’s Top 10 Google Chrome Plugins for Small Business.
My most recent discovery was Tweetdeck, by Twitter with well-thoughtout features you need to manage your growing Twitter interests and keep personal and business accounts separate. I am working on ”How to use Tweetdeck” post for next week.
If you don’t have Google Chrome yet here you can download it.
And: Make sure you post comments and share your experience here for others to read, too!
Resources For Facebook & Google Plus Brand Pages
Here are the three slide shows used in Friday’s session: