If you haven’t heard of Klout, Renee did a great post on them titled: “Have You Got Klout? Track Your Self-Brand”. But for our lazier readers; “Klout is a social media scorecard. The site assigns individuals a personal “Klout Score”, ranging from 1 to a 100, which is a measure “of your overall online influence”.
At SheBytes, we don’t hide our Apple fixation.
Because of this, I’m particularly excited about an International Business Times (IBS), post, titled; “After iPhone 5, Apple May Merge OS X and iOS”.
Today’s Video Byte is a really cool segment, that I recommend you watch in full screen. Although I’m sure you’ve used Google Maps, in the past, because of how useful it is, a bunch of kids really took the product out of the box.
Using a projector, a couch and a computer, they were able to simulate an entire cross country drive on Route 66 and had an awesome time doing it!
What’s the best app for toddlers? It’s the Monkey Preschool Lunchbox app; it will distract your preschooler, keep them occupied with a game interface and have them learn; all at the same time!
And not only does it do all of this, but is also the #1 preschool game in the app store!
We’ve been using a bunch of “Google operands,” (fancy term for Google search shortcuts), that help us find what we’re looking for, when we Google, and we’d like to share 5 tips with you, to make your life a little easier:
Google has indexed a massive part of the internet. In 2008, it reportedly indexed its 1 trillionth unique URL! The insane part is that despite all of this indexing, many people estimate “Google coverage” to be only “in a few percent range”, of the total. In this day and age; the amount of online data is already so large and growing at such a fast rate, that it’s become literally impossible to measure.
There’s an app that can turn you into a grilling master? It’s the Weber’s On the Grill app, our pick for best barbecue and grilling app!
This is by far the coolest grilling app available for iPhone and iPad, and is an absolute must-have for guys (and gals), who live to grill!
Welcome back to Freaky Friday, IT Oddities, a new series that will feature one tech terror, each week. This week’s IT oddity is pretty much the perfect storm of Freak Friday-ness: It’s got both certain brilliance, while still bordering on the slightly insane.
Two gentlemen from Stanford University and Northeastern University have designed the world’s first “Earthquake-Resilient Building”!
The following cool info graphic is meant to display the differences hunchblog found, by doing routine surveys and questionnaires that exist between the two very different types of users:
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- Google’s Profit by Design [Infographic] http://t.co/LC3nCATJQ7 cc: @DashBurst #google #search #searchengines #infographic,
- Facebook Admits: Expect Organic Reach for Pages to Continue Declining http://t.co/2Ky8NxykwU << you will see what they want #facebook,
- YouTube Users Fight Back Against New Comment System http://t.co/ktCWpZFflC cc @SocialTimes @KymleeIsAwesome #youtube #google,
- Ryan Seacrest wants a keyboard on his iPhone, so he's spending $1M to build one http://t.co/yC7Pn4KrGW cc: @iMore #iphone #ryanseacrest,
- Top 5 Social Media Fails of 2013 http://t.co/4qoem1juOs cc: @ab80 @sejournal #socialmedia #infographic #SM #some #lessons #2013fails,
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