Posts Tagged ‘Google’
This past year has been an exciting one in many respects. It has definitely been a roller coaster of a ride. The ups and downs of the economy, the re-election of the first African-American president, the ongoing conflict in the Middle East. So many newsworthy events took place it’s nearly impossible to comment on them all.
For today’s music consumer, mobile is where it’s at. Whether it’s on an iPad, computer, or smartphone, people want to hear their music wherever they are with minimal fuss. Capitalizing on this desire, there are many options available for the consumer to stream music to their device. The best of these services are platform independent, meaning they are accessible from almost any computer OS, web browser or smartphone.
We know a lot of our readers use Google Chrome as their daily browser. Since it is also our favorite, we thought it would be relevant to post some ways to make Chrome work better for you! We scoured the web and came up with these cool keyboard shortcuts!
Page Navigation Shortcuts
- Space Bar – Page down one full screen at a time
- Page Down — Page down one full screen at a time
- Down Arrow – Scroll Down
- Shift + Space Bar – Page up one full screen at a time
- Page Up — Page up one full screen at a time
- Up Arrow – Scroll Up
- Home – Go to the top of the webpage
- End – Go to the bottom of the webpage
Browser Window Shortcuts
- Ctrl + N – Open a new window
- Ctrl + Shift + N – Open a new window in incognito mode (Pages viewed in incognito mode won’t show in browser history or search history. They also won’t leave cookies or other traces)
- Alt + F4 – Close the current window
- Shift + Click on link – Open the link in a new window Read the rest of this entry »
If you’ve been paying attention to technology lately, the buzzword in the industry is definitely the “cloud.” Cloud computing, for people confused yet interested, isn’t some sort of magic technological breakthrough that harnesses the raw power of water droplets and ice crystals to load YouTube videos (although that would be pretty buzz-worthy). Put more simply, the cloud is a method of distributing services (like email, music, videos, documents and even video games) to end-users without having to run a program or save the data on a local computer; even simpler would be to say that it’s a way of computing entirely on-line. Read the rest of this entry »