Geek & Tech

Read it Later: A Google+ to Evernote Lifesaver

Read it Later: A Google+ to Evernote Lifesaver

Throughout the course of the day, there is a tremendous amount of information that passes across my screen. I am eternally grateful that I get paid by clients to read and somehow, I have the feeling that they like that I can read fast. However, there are times when you’re sitting there thinking, “I should take the time to read this at my leisure,” or “I should really save that snippet of noggin knowledge. I know I’ll need that at a later date.” I find this happening more and more in Google+, where I spend a healthy majority of my social media time.

So “read it later” means staying in my office after hours to read? Pft! No!!

How to Make Your Time on Google+ Pay

How to Make Your Time on Google+ Pay

An important social network that has been overlooked or ignored by all but a niche group is Google+. It remains popular with technology enthusiasts but has recently started gaining traction in the publishing world, especially amongst newspapers and online news sites. There are many features that set Google+ apart from Facebook, and these can be used to maximize opportunities in your business.

Green Tech for Home Office

Green Tech for Home Office

As the green movement has gained momentum over the past few years, so too has the rate of eco-friendly technological innovations. Even though past technology has, in many ways, impacted negatively on the environment, many innovators are now working to reverse this, and in some cases are even improving on old technology. Here we examine Continue reading Green Tech for Home Office

Importing Contacts into Outlook … CSV or PST?

Importing Contacts into Outlook … CSV or PST?

The easiest way to import contacts into Outlook is using a CSV (Comma Separated Values) spreadsheet. You can input the information into Excel, then do a File –> Save As and change the file type to CSV (ex. Contacts.csv). You will note that the icon for the file is a slightly different Excel icon, too. Continue reading Importing Contacts into Outlook … CSV or PST?