The folks at Children’s Technology Review shared with us these five top apps from their comprehensive monthly database of kid-tested reviews. The site covers everything from math and counting to reading and phonics.
Most of us use social media every day. Research shows this online networking makes people feel better about themselves. But could that positive feeling have a negative impact on behavior, making you spend more or even eat more?
Social media has proved pretty effective at changing the world and how we communicate with one another. It is also slowly changing our organisations, and as with any organisation, HR is right in the middle of the change.
The changing face of what businesses need is challenging to incumbent suppliers. Meanwhile, a new generation of innovation is flowering around simplicity.
Facebook and mobile websites are a growing focus of small businesses, though overall marketing spend remains flat year-over-year.
This week marks 25 years since the Great Storm of 1987, widely (but erroneously) considered the only UK hurricane in living memory.
Social media has changed the way we interact, the way we think, the way we learn about and perceive the world. It’s only natural that social media has also changed the way business is done.
In the wake of Salesforce.com’s aborted and just plain stupid attempt to trademark “Social Enterprise,” I decided to take a fresh look at how other social buzzwords have been doing.