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Google Semantic Search: What Is New in SEO?
By David Amerland
Sep 6, 2013
This chapter shows what is different in SEO, what is the "new SEO" everyone is talking about, and what you can do to take advantage of the developing trends. More importantly it shows what you should do to integrate SEO in the DNA of your business.
Finding Jobs Outside of Job Boards
By Matthew Moran
May 16, 2013
Matthew Moran discusses how you can find jobs outside of job boards by using a more direct approach that meets the employer in a more desirable place.
How Blogging Can Help Your Career
By Matthew Moran
May 16, 2013
Matt Moran tells you why blogging is an effective professional development strategy and offers some insights to help you get started.
Using Social Media as a Career Development Tool
By Matthew Moran
May 16, 2013
Matthew Moran provides two ideas to help computer professionals use social media more strategically: add value (publish your knowledge in a helpful way) and share opportunities across your network.
Creating Sequence Diagrams with Google Docs Drawings
By John Wheeler
Jan 19, 2011
John Wheeler's step-by-step tutorial shows how easily you can use Google Docs Drawings to create detailed drawings, despite the application's fairly minimal-looking features.
Developing HTML5 Applications, Part 3
By Jeff Friesen
Dec 14, 2010
Author and web developer Jeff Friesen shows you how to design a utility-oriented application that detects the current browser and adapts to its HTML5 limitations.
Developing HTML5 Applications, Part 2
By Jeff Friesen
Dec 7, 2010
In part two of his 3-part series on HTML5 application development, Jeff Friesen focuses on designing an entertainment-oriented application that detects the current browser and adapts to its HTML5 limitations.
Developing HTML5 Applications, Part 1
By Jeff Friesen
Nov 30, 2010
Author and web developer Jeff Friesen launches a three-part series that focuses on developing portable HTML5 applications.
Connecting Your TV to the Internet: InformIT's Guide to Set-Top Boxes
By Ryan Faas
Nov 29, 2010
Apple TV? Google TV? Roku? Ryan Faas examines the top options that should be on your list of possibilities for streaming audio and video to your home TV, pointing out the pros and cons of each system.
Claiming Your Google Places Page
By Bud E. Smith
Nov 18, 2010
In this lesson, you learn how to find your Google Places page, or start a new one if Google hasn't done so. You then learn how to add or edit your business information and how to verify your Google Places listing to gain exclusive access to it.
Organizing People Using Contacts and Groups in Gmail
By Steven Holzner
Sep 23, 2010
In this lesson, you'll see how to create a contact, use contacts to email people quickly, and organize contacts into groups for en masse emailing.
Recruiting with Social Media: Setting the Scene
By Raj Anand
Sep 22, 2010
This chapter explores the evolution of recruitment and social media, reviews the opportunities that digital has to offer in marketing and promoting a company and its product or service, examines how social media campaigns can increase awareness and efficiency and decrease costs.
2011 Social Media Directory: Entertainment
By Jeffery A. Riley
Sep 6, 2010
This chapter highlights the best of the social media resources for the entertainment industry from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and the web at large.
Wikipedia's Labor Squeeze and Its Consequences, Part 2
By Eric Goldman
Jul 15, 2010
In part 2 of his two-part series, Eric Goldman looks at how Wikipedia’s closed community threatens its missions, and considers some alternative ways that Wikipedia might proceed.
Wikipedia's Labor Squeeze and Its Consequences, Part 1
By Eric Goldman
Jul 8, 2010
In part 1 of a 2-part case study, Eric Goldman uses Wikipedia to show how credible user generated content and a website’s free editability are goals that conflict with each other.
Using Voicemail with Google Voice
By Nancy Conner
Jun 24, 2010
Nancy Conner shows how to master using voicemail with Google Voice.
Hidden Gem: Safari Developer Tools
By Martin Leon
Mar 31, 2010
Martin Leon helps you discover the many facets of the integrated and feature-rich web development tools built right into the Safari browser.
Going Online with Your Android-Enabled Phone
By Bill Zimmerly, Prasanna Amirthalingam, Jerri Ledford
Sep 21, 2009
This chapter shows how to get on the internet with your Android-enabled phone and configure the web browser to work the way you want it to.
An Introduction to Google's O3D
By Matthew Casperson
Jul 15, 2009
A new project from Google called O3D is attempting to create an open standard for displaying 3D objects in a web page. JavaScript developers can learn how to take the Web to a new dimension with Matthew Casperson's introductory look at this free and powerful plug-in.
Web Geek's Guide to Google Chrome: The Omnibox (Plus Some)
By Jerri Ledford, Yvette Davis
Jun 16, 2009
Chrome is very different from any other browser available today. The Omnibox is one of the most useful and most interesting differences from an interface standpoint.

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