Posted on 23 November 2011 by Christian
It goes without saying, Google is a powerful tool. Many are not aware of the shortcuts and tricks that help define a Google search. This infographic lays out a few tips that enhances a search when you want to “Google it.”
“Hack College” (http://www.hackcollege.com)
Posted on 10 October 2011 by Christian
Google, Apple and Facebook are few of the highly sought out companies to work for, but how often are they hiring and how do you get a job there? This infographic details the types of positions available and what may help land a job at one of these reputable tech companies.
Posted on 21 July 2011 by @brihannajoi
Google+ for iPhone
In case you have been living under a rock, Google’s new social media venture Google+ came upon the internet scene last month, launching with an invite only member program. It’s been the buzz of the social media community and the hype is good. All it needed to seal the deal was an app. Well Tuesday, it came to iOS.
Google+ for mobile is the compliment to it’s web counterpart. The design is very uniform, sticking to the Google color scheme on a white background. The new black bar is also present, as a notification bar. This bar is on the home page along with the Stream, Huddle, Photos, Profile and Circles options. Simply choose an icon to take you to the option. The Stream is much like
the familiar Facebook news feed, consisting of all the updates from your Circles. Swiping right or left gives you two more options, Nearby and Incoming Messages. Nearby displays updates and check-ins near your location and Incoming Messages will store exactly that.
The newest and most talked about inventions of Google+ is its organization feature Circles and messaging system Huddle.