Tips for better searching, from Alexandra Samuel’s “Love your life online” blog: 1. Beef up your syntax. 2. Add another search engine to your browser. 3. Try Delicious, rather than Google.
Increased workloads … tighter deadlines … fewer resources. All of these have conspired to put a premium on employees’ ability to remain focused on the details of their jobs. Here are five free or low-cost sources of online courses, games, tests and other materials designed to measure and improve attention to detail.
To achieve your goals, you may also need a little help from apps: 21Habit.com, Livifi.com, HealthMonth.com and Stickk.com.
By now, you’ve heard the hype about Siri on the iPhone 4S. If you don’t have the latest iPhone model, don’t fret. A few voice-recognition apps on the market do practically the same thing:
Job hunting? Sales sourcing? Investing? The right information helps you plan more effectively.
The latest technology trend? Going low-tech and “unplugging” to get our most meaningful work done. Many are realizing we may need to take drastic measures to “switch off.” Here are some low-tech suggestions:
If you already use Dropbox to store and access files no matter which computer you’re working on, you can enhance it with these add-ons:
Human resources departments with small budgets can turn to a growing variety of free and low-cost mobile and web-based applications to increase efficiency and cut costs. The apps are available in several areas of HR, including hiring, benefits, attendance and performance reviews.
Many small and large businesses have used creative and engaging ways to connect with their clients and customers through Twitter. Check out these three common ways to use Twitter to engage customers and increase your branding.
Life on the road just got easier with a $1 app for business travelers ... Wall outlets turn high-tech ... Humble keyboard and mouse go virtual with the Celluon Virtual Laser Keyboard with Magic Cube.