I had an interesting conversation with a friend recently about kids in school in these modern times. We were reminiscing on how we had to collect information for school reports – libraries, old magazines, microfiche, interviews with experts and encyclopedias.
Images, layout and design do more than make your presentations and blog posts look better. They can help you emphasize a point, conjure a feeling or emotion, get a complex idea across, help you resonate with your reader/audience and so much more.
Last week on March 6th Google added new features to its social site that caused a lot of stir in the continuous Facebook vs. Google+ showdown. While the notification and buzz around these changes are important, there are only three major things that will make a big difference in the way the system currently operates.
Ever look at a product online, decide not to buy it and then feel like it is haunting you all around the internet? You may not be losing your mind. You may be the focus of a smart remarketing campaign.
Submitted by Wil Whalen, dangerwilrobinson - The Music Blog
Saturday, March 9th, 2013, 9:48am
John Dewitt, aka Undrig is one of the most prominent and best DJs in Maine if not all of New England. I found my interview with him to be very refreshing and informative. Click HERE to get inside his head and see what makes him tick.
A few weeks ago, Twitter announced a new mobile video application called Vine. Vine is a mobile app that lets you shoot and loop six second videos with your phone… think animated GIF, but shinier. You can download it from the Apple App Store.