I was first drawn to Momentum when I saw the picturesque background photos that rotate daily along with an inspirational quote. Momentum does one thing well, simply put, it is a to-do list that sits on your Chrome browser so that the first thing you see each time you open a new tab, is your main focus… Continue reading This Chrome app inspires and keeps you driven towards a daily goal
Just when all the Tolkien fans thought they had had their fill of The Hobbit, Google provides fans with a chance to travel through different locations from The Hobbit in the form of an interactive map. The map can be views on smartphone, tablet or PC. Users can journey through Rivendell, Trollshaws and Dol Guldur with… Continue reading Nerd alert: Google maps takes on the world of Tolkien
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Google has turned the popular game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, where you work out the number of connections between an actor and Kevin Bacon in terms of movie roles, into a calculator that is built into its search engine. By googling ‘bacon number’ and an actor’s name, you are given the number of connections… Continue reading Just when you thought Google had thought of everything, introducing the Kevin Bacon Calculator
Another April fools and another clever array of marketing campaigns. Google leads the way with its latest April Fools Joke– it has used 8bit graphics to create it’s world on Google maps, a throwback to the graphics of the 1980’s. Red balloons days has created fictional April fools experiences that can be shared with friends… Continue reading April fools rules