Stunning Documentary Shows the Birth of a Volcano in Iceland – By Jaron Schneider PetaPixel
Photographer Mike Mezeul II has captured an incredible set of photos and a 3.5-minute video documentary that shows the size, scale, and majesty of Iceland’s Fagradalsfjall volcano, which has grown dramatically in size since its appearance in March.
What Is a Hamburger Menu Button? – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
Hamburger Menu—or Hamburger Icon—is a term commonly used when talking about apps. It might make you hungry, but it has nothing to do with food. Where did this silly name come from, and what does the menu do?
Five little Google Sheets tricks I taught my dad – By Helen Havlak The Verge
I was recently working remotely next to my dad, and realized just how many time-saving little Google Sheets shortcuts I take for granted. These aren’t advanced formulas or pivot tables; just simple tricks to save you time if you work with basic organizational spreadsheets. Some of these are old Excel tricks; but some even my Verge colleagues only discovered recently.
Timelapse locations – By movieno labels movielabels Google
Earth Timelapse is a global, zoomable video that lets you see how the Earth has changed since 1984. This page contains a curated list of areas showing various types of change, such as urban expansion, mining, river meandering, megacities, deforestation, agriculture. Learn more about how to use this page and requested attribution.
7 Pixel camera tricks you probably forget to use – By JR Raphael Android Police
Google’s Pixel phones have exceptional cameras — but hey, you’re a smart, savvy, and unusually attractive Android Police reader. You already know that, right?
Hands-on with Google Photos enhanced video editing tools [Video] – By Damien Wilde 9to5Google
After a small initial rollout, Google Photos’ brand-new enhanced video editing tools should be live for everyone using the photo and video application on Android — but just what is new here?
Google Photos just let me copy text from a photo into my web browser – By Mitchell Clark The Verge
The desktop Google Photos website seems to be getting the ability to scan for text in an image and turn it into copy-and-pasteable text, thanks to Google’s Lens technology (via 9to5Google). Lens has been available in many places on Android for a while, but its optical character recognition (OCR) feature coming to the desktop could make Google Photos an easy and free way to get real-life text onto your computer.
Chromecast with Google TV: 10 Essential tips and tricks! – By 9to5Google YouTube VIDEO
Chromecast with Google TV Review – 6 Months Later – By 6 Months Later Reviews YouTube VIDEO
A long term review of the Chromecast with Google TV, the top features, apps & services available, issues and downsides with the device, and our recommendation if you should buy it.
How to Drop a Pin in Google Maps on Your Computer or Phone – By Ben Stockton How-To Geek
If you’re looking to save a new location you found in Google Maps, you’ll need to drop a pin on the exact location. Doing so will help you to find it again. Here’s how.
The 11 extremely common grammar mistakes that make people cringe—and make you look less smart: Word experts – by Kathy and Ross Petras, CNBC.com Contributors
No matter what type of work you do, good grammar is relevant for all organizations, and it can make a big difference in your career path.
How to Use Google Maps Street View in Split Screen on Android – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
With Google Maps on your desktop computer, you can look at Street View and the top-down map simultaneously. But did you know you can do this on your Android phone, too?
How to Add, Edit, or Delete Recurring Events in Google Calendar – By Ben Stockton How-To Geek
If you’re faced with planning regular meetings, keep track of them by scheduling recurring events in Google Calendar. Here’s how to add, edit, and remove recurring events from your personal or work calendar.
How to Enable Google Chrome’s “Reading List” on Android – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
Google Chrome’s Reading List feature debuted on the iPhone and eventually came to the desktop. For some reason, it has taken a while to appear on Android. If you like the feature on your handset, it can be enabled right now.
10 Tech Troubleshooting Tips to Fix Your Gadgets – By Tim Brookes How-To Geek
How you fix a problem ultimately depends on what that problem is. At the same time, many of the most common technology problems have simple and easy solutions. Here are 10 common troubleshooting tricks you need to know.