Business Show Google Workshops | Inbound Marketing Agency Blog | Browser Media - Inbound Marketing Agency And relax… After a hectic 2 days at The British Business Show 2013 at Kensington Olympia, today has been spent catching up back in the office. It was great to meet so many new faces at the show and especially pleasing to hear the excellent feedback on the Google workshops.
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If you’re a blogger, journalist or simply desire more knowledge, you’ve most definitely faced information organization problems. Sometimes being able to access and find information quickly is crucial. Nowadays the web is enormous and it’s a big advantage to have a place where you can store all your bookmarks, pictures and links, access them anytime, anywhere and be able share them quickly. If you’re as lazy as I am you’ve probably got something like a ‘Do it later’ folder in your bookmarks.
During the last few months a number of our Memolane fans have requested that we support Pinterest. For those of you that are unfamiliar with this service, it is basically a virtual pinboard where you can organize craft ideas, recipes, and your favorite inspirational pictures found on the web. One of our fans, Carrie McGann, has in fact found a way to elegantly display her curated Pinterest boards using Memolane.
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Favicon Generator and Gallery GENERATE your own Favorites Icon for your website and view a gallery of some of the ones that have been created. IE7 is out and there's been some cool changes in the way favicons are handled. No longer are favicons requested and displayed only by the action of a user bookmarking your site; if a favicon is present, IE 7 will display it in the location bar. IE7 also displays favicons in the individual browser tabs, matching the branding opportunity long enjoyed by Mozilla-based browsers like Firefox and Camino as well as the Opera family. If your clients haven't been favicon aware, they are sure to become so shortly.