Yesterday, things were buzzing as Google turned on a new feature. It's called +1. You can read about it here and there are instructions about how to turn it on for your account here. When you turn it on, and you're doing a search on Google.com (not Google.ca yet), you'll see a little +1 icon … Continue reading Will you like this?
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If you have been following the news, I'm sure that you've been at least mildly interested in the story coming from the Bronx Zoo about a missing cobra. WPIX has the story on their website. Someone with a great sense of humour has created a Twitter account for the snake. You can "follow" the snake … Continue reading What’s in a Tweet?
Where are you in the movie? If we started a movie on the day you were born, and stretched it over your lifespan, this is where you'd be in that movie. So if you're a teenager, you might see Luke arguing with Uncle Owen, or Cameron making a phony phone call to Ed Rooney. If … Continue reading OTR Links for 03/30/2011
Within the past hour, I have confessed to a friend that I’m a news junkie. I read and try to understand as much as I can. Consequently, I’m constantly looking for the best way to read what I want to read. On my iPad, I have Zite, Flipboard, Pulse News Reader and the LCARS RSS … Continue reading News Junkie
Column Five Media – Mindflash Infographic: How To Train Yourself to Speed Read - Infographic Design, Content Creation, Social Media Strategy, Interactive Infographics Imagine if you could read twice as fast, and retain twice as much information. How much faster would you be able to get your work done? This was the foundation and premise … Continue reading OTR Links for 03/29/2011
Sorry, but I'm been wanting to use #winning in a blog entry for a while now. When I first started blogging, I used a closed system that was hosted by my employer. By today's standards, it didn't have many features (unless you count bold and italics as features) but someone was championing it so I … Continue reading 18.6 Million Blogs are #Winning