How To Use Profiles In Google Chrome

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Google have just released the stable version of Google Chrome 16 from ‘Chrome Books’, those always online Google syncing laptops. Remember them? Neither do I. One great new feature of the latest version of Chrome is ‘profiles’ – the option to sign into multiple Google accounts (taking benefit of the nifty Chrome sync feature). These profiles can then be switched between with just the click of a button. This is especially useful if you have multiple GMail accounts and you don’t want to logout and back in again or switch browser. If you want to try this and don’t have a Chrome Book, don’t fret: the Beta Channel of Google Chrome is currently running version 16 too. http://tpt.to/a2d6Zlm


30 Beautiful Templates, Greeting Cards, Graphics To Get Ready for Christmas

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Winter is finally here and Christmas isn’t that far away now. Christmas is the time of giving and the time when we give gifts to the ones we love and spend time with our families. We all love to receive Christmas greeting cards. Plus it’s a great solution if you have lots of relatives living far away. This article presents 30 Christmas and winter related items from Envato marketplaces to create the Christmas mood, put on greeting cards or simply touch up your email templates. http://tpt.to/a2d57vN

Mashable – The Social Media Guide

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Google+ may be less than a year old, but New York Times bestselling author Chris Brogan is ready to crown it a game changer. His latest book, which will publish next week, is called Google+ for Business: How Google’s Social Network Changes Everything. http://mashable.com/2011/12/14/google-plus-changes-everything/

How To Liberate A Squatter Twitter Account (Really!)

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Is someone sitting on the Twitter handle you want? Is it someone with 0 followers who registered in 2008 and never tweeted once? Yeah, that was me, too. At least, it was yesterday. This morning, Twitter Trust & Safety turned over to me the account I’ve been after for years.

The trick is to file an impersonation claim. That’s the only one Twitter responds to in a timely fashion. This means you have to make a credible case that you or your brand is being impersonated. But if you have your ducks in a row, you can have that account in your hands in under a week. Here’s how. http://tpt.to/a2cK4Rf

How to use Google Music

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Make no mistake — Android is multimedia-centric, and it does a darn fine job of it. Whether you want to copy media to your device’s storage, or want to stream from the cloud, Android, especially since the release of Ice Cream Sandwich, can turn your phone or tablet into a great media player. We’re going to have a look at using Google Music, Google’s storage-locker style streaming music application.

Read on for a walkthrough of how to use Google Music on the web and adding media, as well as playing it back on your Android device. http://tpt.to/a2cD9RK

Your PC Matters – YOU’VE GOT GMAIL! How To Master The New Gmail With Tips, Tricks, and Shortcuts

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The new Gmail is not all about looks. Check out how it can help you improve your email and task management effeciency.

In the past few months, Google has been undergoing major developments, particularly in the areas of social media — with the launch of Google+ and Google+ pages for business. These business development moves by Google also furbished-up some make overs in Gmail — Google’s email platform. They stealthily revealed the changes in Gmail with an unobtrusive simple text that says “Switch to the new look” — a link appearing in the bottom-right corner of Gmail. http://yourpcmatters.com/blog/website/youve-got-gmail-how-to-master-the-new-gmail-with-tips-tricks-and-shortcuts

This Guy’s New Crowdfunding Site Could Be The Next Big Thing In Retail Innovation

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Many young kids want to be inventors. When most of them grow up, however, they either grow out of it or resign themselves to the excuse that it is the work of only dreamers and the lucky, while forging ahead into 9 to 5 desk jobs. When we were younger, we had playful, creative lessons in school on famous inventors like Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, and Walt Disney.

Those larger-than-life creators evolved into modern-day innovators whose products and online services we now cultishly obsess over. Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Sergey Brin, and Jimmy Wales are the great minds of today, changing the world with their creative ideas. http://tpt.to/a2cs7Q9