When it comes to travel, smartphones aren’t just good for finding the quickest route around a new city, however — for many people they’ve replaced printed guides entirely.
Some apps make your conversation a little more colorful, like the one that lets you add GIFs. Others, like Google Drive’s, have become an indispensable tool. But there are lesser known apps that can save you a lot of time and effort at work that you might not be aware they exist.
If you’ve ever felt like half your suitcase was taken up by electronics when you travel, you’re not alone. More and more of us are taking our laptops and phones, our Kindles and cameras, our hair straighteners and shavers…and a bag full of chargers to power them all.
Hiking boots? Check. Headlamp? Check. Portable battery? Check. Two weeks before my solo trip to Colombia, I had everything sorted. Except for one important detail: how to deal with money. Figuring out how to pay for things in the local currency without being ripped off by a bank or foreign exchange office seemed challengin...
You’ve probably heard it before: content is king. We know that text ranks better than any other form of content on Google. And yet, only 12% of companies feel successful in their efforts to strategically manage content, according to a recent report. Don’t let your startup be one of them.
At the brand new LinkedIn HQ’s outdoor patio in Mountain View, located at about an hour drive from downtown San Francisco, a group of employees from Facebook, Google and other tech companies look on while a man pitches his startup idea to an audience.
Spend any time on Instagram, and you’ll start believing that all remote work is done from the beach, a hammock, or at least a trendy cafe. While this might be true for some people, some of the time, it’s definitely not the norm.