Ange is an Internet Studies & Journalism graduate who loves working online, writing and social media.
YouTube is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly hugely mindbogglingly big it is. I mean you may think Facebook Video is big, but that’s just peanuts to YouTube.
You’ve probably got a bunch of files on Google Drive — and you’re going to love these extensions and apps to make better use of your Drive space and the files you keep there.
For those of us who love using Chrome for our daily browsing, having the perfect music extensions on hand is pretty much essential to enjoying the day. Music is life.
Holiday season is here and it’s time to finally work out what to get for those tricky musicians in the family. Here are some ideas that will be sure to bring the house down.
You need Audacity-like editing features, yet you’re using a Chromebook. What do you use? There are now some fantastic web apps for music collaboration that work in much the same way as Audacity.
Did Feedly take over your RSS life the second Google Reader disappeared? Did you know it could be better? Much better?
There has been speculation about Chrome and Android combining in some way for some time, but recently it’s all come to a head: Chrome will become part of Android. And that sucks.
Consider some of the most information-powerful companies on the planet: social networks. What if they had your DNA?
It’s Facebook. You use it every day and yet it changes something every other week. Are you completely sure you know all of the most useful tricks to make it manageable?
YouTube IS a social network. Even if you don’t run a channel, YouTube can be useful for interacting with the community. But why would you want to get to know random YouTubers? And how?
Facebook communities are vibrant, active communities full of people looking for a distraction. If you have something relevant and interesting for them to read, they’ll be all over it.
One thing most people know from reading the sorts of documentation full of screenshots is this: It’s boring. Animated GIFs and short screencast videos are better. Here’s why – and how – to make them.