Editor’s note: According to former Google employees, the company’s “20% time,” which allows employees to take one day a week to work on side projects, no longer exists.
Editor’s note: Google’s research shows 10% of people’s daily information needs are for longer articles which is why they have created a new feature to highlight longer articles.
Editor’s note: Four years old but very much worth a read – this note on the Google blog on the meaning of “open” as it relates to the Internet, Google, and users. Thanks to @donaldhtaylor for sharing.
Editor’s note: Good to see a member of the L&D community has got their hands on Google Glass. Follow Dave Kelly’s journey on his blog.
Editor’s note: Review of a new book co-authored by Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt which looks at the coming of hyper-connectivity to billions more people.
Editor’s note: Yesterday Google announced a slew of new product developments for Google+ – they are listed here on the Google blog.
Physics teacher Andrew Vanden Heuvel is one of the berta testers of Google Glass.…
Editor’s note: Glass may still be in beta but it is coming to the masses in the coming months. This article provides a run down on what Google Glass is, how it works and how it migh develop.
Editor’s note: Think Star Trek, voice recognition and context. Looks like Google’s knowledge graph will change the way we view and use Google.
Editor’s note: Interesting insights and tips on Google+ comment threads. Worth a look if you start you own discussions or dip into other people’s posts.
Editor’s note: Insights on Google+ versus Twitter which are useful for L&D. Potentially more engegement and links to other G+ tools to boot.
This is a live blog from the CIPD HRD session Nurturing creativity and learning in…
Google’s Timothy Jordan gives a sneak peek at the Google Mirror API – which developers…
Editor’s note: A ready-reckoner for Google+ – includes the main features and why they might be useful.
Editor’s note: How Google encourages Googlers to teach each other and facilitate peer to peer learning.