Inherent Loyalty

Remember high school, when you became friends with one person and suddenly had another friend or two because of them? It was our early exposure to “related loyalty,” where you loved one thing, and gained another. Loyalty has entered a … Read More

Google Maps Adds Real Time Traffic Estimates

Los Angeles and traffic are synonymous. Locals love telling you about sneaky routes they’ve found to avoid infamously clogged streets. Then there’s people like me that plan their day around avoiding peak hour. With an impending trip to LAX later … Read More

Google’s Goggles And The Skeptics

You may have already seen the Youtube video teaser of Google’s AR “goggles” that surfaced last week. If not, check it out here. “Project Glass.” A concept video, titled “One day…,” shows how Google’s glasses might work. In the video, … Read More

BlackBerry Black Out

Every company wants the most out of their employees.  However,  a burnt out employee can fast become a liability. We have noticed many ways of dealing with over-worked workers. But maybe you don’t have a Google sized budget to install … Read More

Google’s Not Afraid Of A Nap Room

Google are known for having some of the coolest workplaces on the planet. From riding scooters to get around, cafeterias that would put most restaurants to shame and games rooms to blow off steam with co-workers. Well this photography blogger … Read More

Watching Your Business Grow… Literally.

We’ve talked about products being embedded with seeds in the Green Hot™ wave before but I just love this letter that Google sent out to it’s AdWords customers. At the bottom it said: “PS: This card was printed on 100% … Read More

Google Keeping Tech Support In The Family

Even though heaps of mature age people are as net savvy as any young wippersnapper, there are still many who haven’t been caught up in the net – so to speak. I happened upon this funny and helpful site today.  … Read More

Snap Back

Google Maps with Street View is an amazing advancement in technology that allows you to take a look at locations anywhere in the world. And if that wasn’t enough, now there’s a website called Historypin that mashes up those locations with old photographs taken at precisely the same spot back in time. … Read More

Google-Branded Snail Mail

Here’s an idea that, while you can’t do it now, seems inevitable. The technology would allow you to go to your Gmail, type in your address plus a destination address, click a button, and envelopes would print out with the Google route right on the front. … Read More

Google Streetview: All the World is a Stage

In our increasingly digital world, applications like Google Maps and Street View are ripe ground for expression, and have the advantage of being able to be viewed by over 1 billion persons, and growing. … Read More