HOW TO: Get the Most Out of the iPhone Camera's HDR Functionality [PICS] Amateur and professional iPhotographers have a little-known tool in their mobile belt. The iPhone 4 offers "HDR" functionality that can help you get the most out of the phone's built-in camera. Here we take an in-depth look at the feature and offer advice for when it's best to use it and — just as importantly — when it's not. Have a look through these tips and let us know in the comments how you put your photography talents to use. What is HDR? "High Dynamic Range" (HDR) Imaging is the practice of using "exposure bracketing" to create an image with a better representation of light and dark areas than the camera could capture on standard settings. Used correctly it will create an image that's more akin to what your eye — which more efficiently processes extremes of light — would see, rather than what the camera's sensor can photograph. HDR on the iPhone You can turn on the HDR functionality of your iPhone when in the camera by tapping the HDR icon at the top of the screen. DO Use HDR... ... ...
Tyba Te pedimos que dediques unos minutos a leer nuestra Política de Privacidad y conocer las medidas que tomamos para proteger los datos de carácter personal que compartes con nosotros. La presente Política de Privacidad regula el tratamiento de datos de los usuarios del sitio web www.tyba.com (en adelante, el "Sitio Web"), titularidad de TYBA TECNOLOGÍAS S.L. (en adelante “TYBA” o “Nosotros”). Ten en cuenta que para utilizar el Sitio Web debes ser mayor de 18 años. Perfiles de Usuario Esta Política de Privacidad vincula a todos los usuarios del Sitio Web, ya sean “Candidatos” o “Reclutadores” (en adelante, conjuntamente “Usuarios”). Al entrar en el Sitio Web, podrás elegir un Perfil de Usuario como Candidato o como Reclutador. Como Candidato, podrás introducir en tu Perfil toda la información personal y profesional que desees sobre ti, incluido tu curriculum vitae, para que los Reclutadores puedan encontrarte y ofrecerte oportunidades profesionales. Procedimiento de registro Comunicaciones
Flavors.me : The Digital You Jumpstart Your Career: 20 Helpful [INFOGRAPHICS] on Job Search When you do your job search in today’s economic situation, you need to consider thinking outside the box. These days, it requires greater than organizing a resume or registering for a job board. It’s essential to gain lots of the exposure you can with the smallest amount of cash at least. Having a online presence is amongst the most affordable and worthwhile ways to boost your job search. Philippine Labor Day Celebration 2012 MAY 1This year 2012 Philippine Labor Day celebration theme is “Pagtutulungan. Pagbabago. Considering the number of job searchers submitting online or offline job applications, you should come up with something that stands out and get hold of the employer’s attention. 20 Helpful Infographics to Jumpstart Your Career Here are helpful well-designed infographics to jumpstart your career with the kind of profession you want to reach. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. You Might Also Like
Top of the Flops: 10 Tech Products Ahead of Their Time [VIDEOS] It's a sad truth: Not every great idea translates into commercial success. Some products launch "ahead of their time," either because the tech can't support the concept, or because the public isn't ready to invest in such a radical idea. From an early interactive television to Nokia's infamous N-Gage phone, we've taken a look at 10 such gadgets that the market just wasn't ripe to receive, but the principles of which have since borne fruit for other brands. Take a trip down memory lane via our video gallery below and let us know your thoughts on these interesting examples of innovations that didn't pay off in the comments below. More Related Resources from Mashable - 5 Vintage Apple Products That Time Forgot [PICS]- 9 Notable Tech Flops That Live in Infamy- The Evolution of the Apple Mouse [PICS]- 5 Media Format Flops Destined To Be Forgotten [VIDEOS]- 10 Vintage Apple Ads That Time Forgot [VIDEOS] Newton image courtesy of Marcus Daniel
Herramientas básicas para crear un curriculum digital Eres freelance y quieres conseguir nuevos proyectos. Un consejo. Date a conocer en internet porque hay empresas que están buscando a profesionales como tú en la red. Enseña quién eres, qué formación tienes, cómo y con quién trabajas, cuáles son tus principales habilidades, tus intereses, tus metas… Diseña ya tu identidad digital y traza estrategias para darte visibilidad. Tarjetas de presentación digitales Son sitios web donde agrupar toda la información y actividad que una persona tiene en internet. 1. 2. 3. Currículos visuales, donde se une lo profesional y lo personal La rigidez del curriculum en papel ha pasado a la historia gracias a internet. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Redes sociales laborales Interactuar con los contactos laborales desde una red social permite estar al día de lo que se mueve en un sector y comunicarse con personas interesantes de una manera poco intrusiva. 1. 2. 3. 4. El curriculum de papel a golpe de click 1.
HOW TO: Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile With more than 85 million members in more than 200 countries, LinkedIn is a professional social network worth using, understanding and optimizing. After you've covered the basics of setting up your LinkedIn presence, features including recommendations, applications, LinkedIn Answers, and the Resume Builder can add value to your profile. Many of these highly useful features, though, are often overlooked or underused by newcomers. We spoke with four LinkedIn aficionados to get their top advice on making the best use of these tools. Cover the Basics The first step to spiffing up your LinkedIn profile is to fill in as much information about your work experience as possible. Sharlyn Lauby, president of Internal Talent Management, HR blogger and guest contributor for Mashable, believes that a person's LinkedIn profile should, at minimum, reflect his or her current situation. "[A status update] is a great place to share an article of interest or something new you’ve been working on.
4 Top Employers for Social Media Professionals As an increasingly important and growing industry, it naturally follows that social media is a growing career field as clued-in companies look to the social space to better communicate with their colleagues, customers and clients. We've taken a look at some of the top companies that are great for social media-savvy professionals. Here are our top four picks, complete with insightful Q&As from key staff within the organizations. Whether you're interested in social media as a career choice, or you'd like to know how you can offer a similar environment for digital natives to prosper in your company, read on. 1. After a company-wide audit in 2009, Adobe established a dedicated social media team, adopting a "hub and spoke model," or Center of Excellence (CoE). Adobe's corporate social media team is made up of four members. Adobe clearly has a sound social media structure in place throughout its global operations. How does Adobe encourage you to innovate with social media? 2. 4.
The Social Media Guide Now you can get away with cruising around Facebook at work, even when your boss is peering over your shoulder. Well, as long as the boss doesn't look too closely. Even the laziest slacker can look busy in a jiffy with this interactive adaptation of many of Facebook's functions. It's not just a static graphic, either — HardlyWork.in lets you search for Facebook friends by entering names into the formula bar, load more items, check your newsfeed, wall, or tag photos, hover to see who liked a post, and there's even a boss switch (the spacebar) that immediately changes everything into a vast sea of spreadsheet numbers all nestled within their legitimate-looking cells. The only thing missing? Don't be surprised if there's a lot of spreadsheet "work" going on when you report back to the office on Tuesday.
5 herramientas para crear un curriculum vitae que nadie podrá rechazar | Revista Merca2.0 Por Alvaro Rattinger email firstname.lastname@example.org twitter @varu28 Si tienes o buscas un empleo has tenido que crear un Curriculum Vitae. Este documento, que parece a primera vista inofensivo, es la carta de presentación esencial para pasar la puerta de recursos humanos. Si la entrega es correcta y se cumple con el perfil habrá una entrevista que dictará el futuro empleo dentro de una empresa. Debo admitir que lo he escuchado todo, desde personas que asesoran a no incluir fotografías hasta los que aseguran que la opción es un documento de 15 cuartillas. En lo personal creo que la mejor opción es resaltar nuestras fortalezas y promover nuestras habilidades en el menor tiempo y espacio posible. Antes de arrancar con las herramientas quiero compartir con ustedes las peores prácticas con las que me he topado. Si vas a entregar el Curriculum en formato digital selecciona el que sea más compatible, el archivo PDF usualmente puede ser leído en tabletas, móviles y laptops de todo tipo.
HOW TO: Set Up an Online Resume Your resume is boring. How do you expect to stand out in a crowd of job seekers when your black-and-white, list-formatted resume and formulaic cover letter blend with all the rest? Luckily the Internet is here to save you. With the coming of social media resumes, video resumes and visual resumes, the world of job seeking just got a lot more interesting. If you're looking for ways to make your resume stand out — whether that's on your personal website, video hubs, document-sharing websites or LinkedIn — here are some ideas to get you started, along with examples for each format. If you've posted your resume online in a creative way, share a link and your story with us in the comments below. Your Website First, if you don't have a personal website, get one. Now that that's taken care of, consider listing your resume (or at least an "about me" page) on your website, so site visitors can learn more about you. Video Resumes His project was a hit. Document-Sharing Websites LinkedIn
The Ultimate Guide to Becoming a Great Social Media Manager A great social media manager is, as Ron Burgundy would say: “The balls“. It’s an undisputed fact that every business needs to be active in social media. The ever-changing demands of the modern day consumer requires brands to think fast and adapt quickly in order to stay one step ahead. The role of a social media manager has appealed to the mass generation of socially-active internet users. Being a social media manager is kind of like being a stand-up comedian. (If you want to read how I became a social media manager towards the end of this article, click here to scroll down) So, how do you become a social media manager? The answer will be surprising to some. So let’s take a look at the stats. But the statistic that is most relevant to this article is: Just 12% of those using social media feel they actually use it effectively. Being a social media manager brings with it some key benefits within a freelance setting. The other is money. Skills Of A Social Media Manager Fundamental Skills:
Sweet Search 10 Ways to Build a Kick-Ass Resume Despite all the advancements in technology over the last decade or so, the traditional word-based resume is still as popular as ever. However, if you’d like to stand out from the crowd there are a number of new school options for you to consider. And we’re not talking about simply having a LinkedIn profile which could almost be considered ‘old hat’ now. Nope, we’re about to enter a new world of resume building and sharing. The only question is; Are prospective employers ready for what you can now dish up? Social Resumes 1. Zerply is one of the more high profile socially-shaped resume and career sites going around. 2. The first of two Facebook-powered apps, ResumUP wants to make your ‘social profile visual’. 3. Yes, BranchOut is technically more a ‘network’ than a plain old resume builder option but it allows you to create a profile which features everything that is wonderful (or not) about you. 4. LinkedIn have been quietly developing this functionality as an add-on to the main site. 5.