In today’s world things move so fast; technology is constantly changing and you can never seem to be fully on top of what is happening. For a lot of people these fast paced changes are a huge issue. In the past, technological advancements such as the automobile, television and jet air, led to swift transformations in society then settled down to a manageable pace of change. However, with the development of digital and online technology, society seems to be moving at lightening speed, ever changing and never settling. This can be very unnerving to a number of people who are not accustomed to this technology or consistently involved with it. For these individuals, it may seem like society is moving too quickly for them to catch up. This is where the tech savvy masters of Mobile Genius have taken it upon themselves to provide a solution and a helping hand for these individuals in a time when things just don’t seem to take a break.
Whats the latest hype with Facebook? The social networking site has unleashed its chains breaking free of its domain as it lets you “like” things all over/anywhere on the Web.
Facebook Like buttons for the entire web. They are the same Like buttons you see on Facebook, which will now be seen on various websites.
If you are a webmaster, you might be interested in implementing this on your blog/website right away, since it lets users to share something they find interesting on your website on click of a button.
Twitter has been nothing short of successful since the website launched itself in 2006. The social media site has revolutionized the online world by allowing users to follow others and stay up-to-date on the latest trends and topics. In the last 4 years, aside from the extremely rapid growing fan base, not much has changed to the site’s style and design — until now…
Perhaps the most complex feature on Twitter for a new user to understand is the infamous HashTag and how it can be applied to a topic with its respective symbol (“#”) at the start of the tag to identify it. Twitter hashtags like #followfridays spread information on the twittersphere while also helping to organize and categorize flow of information by bringing communities and interest groups together.
One of my favorite all time free tools/services is a clever little service from Google to help keep you up to date on any subject. If you have an ego half as big as mine, you’ll be tickled pink with Google Alerts.
Google Alerts provides you with email updates of latest relevant Google results (web, news, amir ebrahimnia .. etc.) based on your choice of query or topic. For instance if you want to keep up with news about your company X, just type that in as your search term and you will receive notifications of new Google results that contain that search term pretty much as soon as it happens. Pretty nifty eh?
If you haven’t already caught on to phenomenon that is sweeping the globe, you may want to consider that you live under a rock. UK band Ok Go has released yet another memorable music video. Ok Go became a huge global success when they first released the music video to “Here it goes again.” Their unconventional style and out-of-the-box creative scored them big points. If you haven’t already seen this video, you can catch it on youtube where it has already hit the 1,491,426 mark in views in only one short year. – (view here)