Google Drive is all the talk in Twitter, here’s some links pondering the use of the new G Drive plus some more apps and iOS ideas.
How to get a page one Google page ranking for under $100
So you want to get on the front page of Google? What business does not want to get there – ideally ranking in the top-ten?
One secret of getting on Google’s front page is simple. Splash the cash – and keep defending your spot by continually outbidding your competitor, irrespective of cost. Or, there is a far more frugal solution, according to Sydney-based small business strategist Robert McAnderson, author of the new book DNO the SEO Revolution: a how-to-guide for achieving permanent page-one rankings for under $100.
Mashable Video: Meet Ubooly, A Soft Toy with Smartphone Core
Ubooly is a stuffed-animal-like toy with an iPhone or iPod core, which might make it the world’s first smart-toy. Ubooly is meant to give children a toy they can not only interact with but also learn from.
The Wonderful Windosill Turns Your iPad Into A Mysterious Toybox | Kotaku Australia
Windosill is more or less a puzzle game, though it’s as much about simple play and understanding as it is about analysis or problem solving. Fittingly, the game begins with a toybox — you’ll be disoriented at first, then come to realise that you can manipulate everything on the screen. However, not all of those things are required to progress — they’re simply there, begging for you to touch and squeeze them. A clock, a plant; a light, a squishy thing with an eye on top. And at the bottom of the screen, a little toy car.
Google Apps for Education and the New Google Drive
The long-awaited Google Drive is finally here. The new product, launching today and available at drive.google.com, offers users 5 GB of file storage and syncing and effectively replaces Google Docs (which has offered file storage for a couple of years.) Google Drive also replaces the editing, file-creation and file-sharing features of Google Docs.
Who owns your files on Google Drive? | Internet & Media – CNET News
After Dropbox and Microsoft’s SkyDrive — the two largest online storage services on the Web — Google was late to the party by a number of years. While Google needed no advertising to drum up support, what may hold back uptake is that as per the terms and conditions of using the product, the files you upload to the Google Drive product undergoes a rights transition.
A quick analysis of Google’s terms of service shows how the search company owns the files you upload the minute they are submitted, and can in effect do anything it wants to your files — and that’s final. But there is a small catch.
The Google Drive FAQ | Internet & Media – CNET News
Got questions about Google’s new cloud storage product, Google Drive? Here are some answers. Got more questions? Add them in the comments or e-mail the author; we’ll add to the story as needed.
Google Drive vs. SkyDrive vs. Dropbox | Geek.com
Yesterday, Microsoft unleashed a desktop sync app for SkyDrive. Today, Google followed by finally launching Google Drive — after a series of early appearances hinted that it was going to be arriving very, very soon. So now that the dust has settled, how do the two new services stack up with the current king of cloud storage and sync, Dropbox? Let’s take a look.
How to Use Flubaroo To Grade a Google Form | Snapguide
Using the Snapguide app this tutorial shows how to setup Flubaroo to mark a Google Form.
sqworl | iPad Classrooms & Schools
A sqworl collection of sites looking at the integration of iPads in schools
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