Want some simple advice to imrpove life? A workflow audit! Today’s SheByte is brought to you by Seth Godin - entrepreneur, author and public speaker:
Want to have your iPad 2 or iPhone 4 device search Wikipedia or the Web, without even having to manually open a Safari browser?
Want to know if you have clout on the Web? Now there’s a way to track your self-brand! It’s called Klout!
I love anything that not only premeditates the presence of an issue, but that also includes a thoughtful solution for it.
The Issue: As people become increasingly focused on the world of internet marketing, social media, self-branding and social networking, it’s easy to lose track of how well our efforts are actually doing.
Rushing to pull your iPad 2 or iPhone 4 out of your pocket to answer a call? There’s a way to quickly answer!
If you’ve ever been in a rush and not in the mood to deal with the hassle of taking the device out of your pocket or bag to answer a call, there’s a really cool way to help you field all of those incoming calls:
Did you know there’s a quick way to email web pages from your iPad 2 or iPhone 4? You know…the ones you see and your friend is the first person who comes to mind.
About.Me, a new tool for self-branding, is a free way to make an introduction to… yourself!
As the business world takes faster and longer strides into the future, it is also heading towards the technological age. Along with this progression and evolution, there is a budding burden upon the shoulders of the citizens of tomorrow. It is no longer optional for those who wish to succeed in business to choose whether or not to pay attention to the surrounding technological advances; but an absolute necessity.
Wondering how to caps lock? If you’ve found yourself typing on your iPad 2 or iPhone 4 and noticed how annoying it gets to continuously press the “Shift” key to really emphasize that last sentence of a text message to your friend, this tip is for you!
The future is approaching…and fast. Writing a letter to the universe won’t change time, but it may help you focus!
A stereotypical blog post on the future is bound to include: “although flying cars are still just a promise” or “soon, the majority of surfaces around us will be embedded with LCD technology,”