It appears that at least one article out there is accusing Google of listening to everything you say. Sounds creepy right? That’s one of many articles that talk about Google violating our privacy. It sounds creepy to me! You might have heard or read the same story. If so, then you probably also believe that Google is […]
Social Media, Social Networks and the Social Web
You'll find information and posts about social networking sites, social media, and social apps. I like to explore social networking pros and cons and the current state of what I call The Social Web.
So I found this video online the other day. The story is about a plumber that went out of his way to do his job. He went the extra mile. You might think that this guy doesn’t deserve any praise or accolades since he was just doing his job. And under most circumstances, I would […]
Been reading Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook. As with most of the things I’ve read by Gary, this one is awesome. It’s dense and intense. I’m still writing my recap for week 1 and week 2 for our book club. But a quote caught my eye and I thought I’d make a quick graphic for […]
Instagram has been very slow to add new features that the users demand. They still don’t allow links in the captions. But they recently added multiple account login feature, like Twitter has had for a while. This allows you to switch between two or more Instagram accounts without having to logout of one and login […]
Minds.com is the newest social network that offers something of great value.
A refreshing experience where you can remain anonymous, but can also monetize your content and advertise. Check out more about it on my blogpost.
I must have told you about it before. Google photos has a feature called autoawesome which takes videos and photos from your albums and backups and creates cool little highlight videos. Here’s another one. This came out really good I think. It was 100% automatically made by Google autoawesome. The music is good, the transitions […]