Social networks are all about sharing: news, images, accomplishments, questions, recommendations and of-the-moment nuggets of information. Here’s a humorous (and accurate) take on the difference between social media tools:
Meet anywhere at anytime with an Internet connection and one of these great tools. All offer a free trial.
Next time you need to send a fax, use your smartphone. Fax apps allow you to take a photo of a document, crop it, spruce it up and then send it out.
Hold a mobile device at eye level to avoid “text neck.” Dr. Dean Fishman adopted the phrase after seeing a huge influx of younger patients visiting his chiropractor facility ... Avoid writing redundant combinations that give readers a sense of “deja vu all over again” ...
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: