Most infographics are designed to convey a message in a visually stunning fashion that allows the viewer to digest large amounts of information through the fastest method of transfer available: visually. Sometimes, the results can have a different effect. When you view the infographic below from Confused, you’ll see that it’s intended to give useful… Continue reading Here’s an infographic unintentionally designed to sell fuel efficient vehicles
What would you say if I told you that the tools you need to accomplish everything you need professionally and practically are at your fingertips in a one-stop-shop on the Internet? It’s true. And you’ll find tons of useful help and organizational guides to accomplish everything you need in a place you may have never… Continue reading Mother knows best: how mommy blogs can change the lives of the parentless
Blogging can become time consuming and a bit overwhelming. Researching and gathering information to include in a post, then having to actually sit down and write it can take time you just don’t have. Organization plays a major role in writing high-quality content, fast and easy.
What started as an online diary for lonely people to express their thoughts to nobody in particular (or in some cases, nobody at all) has grown into one of the most powerful aspects of the Internet. For many, it’s where we get our news rather than from mainstream media. For others, it’s become a full-time… Continue reading The Evolution of the Blogger
The now Internet powerhouse Google used its blog today to call out Microsoft on its new open source 2010 Office suite. A day before Microsoft takes its Office 2010 suite out of beta; Matthew Glotzbach, Google Enterprise Product Management Director, has posted a blog entry urging Microsoft Office users to forget Office and use Google’s… Continue reading Google Serves Microsoft on Their Official Blog