Ever wanted to know where the Google Help Pages are?

 

Did you ever want to get a help file for Gmail, Google Docs or for Google Desktop so you can print it or save it on your computer? All Google services have help centers that include information about features, tutorials, troubleshooting guides, but you need to find the information in a complicated hierarchy of topics or use the search box. 


Fortunately, there’s a way to save all the information related to a Google service: append ?fulldump=1 to the address of a Google help center. This doesn’t work for all Google services, but here’s a list of addresses that dump all the information from a help center (note that the pages are very large and are frequently updated):

Gmail Help: http://mail.google.com/support/?fulldump=1

Google Calendar Help: http://www.google.com/support/calendar/?fulldump=1

Google Docs Help: http://docs.google.com/support/?fulldump=1

Google Spreadsheets: http://docs.google.com/support/spreadsheets/?fulldump=1

Google Presentations: http://docs.google.com/support/presentations/?fulldump=1

Google Reader Help: http://www.google.com/support/reader/?fulldump=1

Google Video Help: http://video.google.com/support/?fulldump=1

YouTube Help: http://help.youtube.com/support/youtube/?fulldump=1

AdSense Help: https://www.google.com/adsense/support/?fulldump=1

Analytics Help: http://www.google.com/support/googleanalytics?fulldump=1

Google Desktop Help: http://desktop.google.com/support/?fulldump=1

Picasa Help: http://picasa.google.com/support/?fulldump=1

Google Toolbar for IE: http://www.google.com/support/toolbar/?fulldump=1

Google Toolbar for Firefox: http://www.google.com/support/firefox/?fulldump=1

Google Earth (PDF):http://earth.google.com/userguide/v4/google_earth_user_guide.pdf

 

thanks to  http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/ for the above info.

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How to present like Steve Jobs ~ Apple

If you are planning to do a presentation for any seminar, event, meeting, etc. There are a number of basic principles that play out.

Everybody knows that good content is king in the presentation world and that your presentation needs to be uptodate and relevant to the audience you are sharing with. However we also want to make sure that there are elements within the presentation that add that extra “flair” and keep the audience engaged to the very end.

One of the best presenters that uses every part of planning in his presentation is Steve Jobs ~ Mr Apple himself.  Watch the video below by Communications coach Carmine Gallo and learn several  various techniques Jobs uses to captivate and inspire his audience — techniques that can easily be applied to your next presentation.  From BNET video.

 

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FedEX (Kinko’s) offers free resume printing

FedEx Office (formerly known as Kinko’s) is extending a helping hand to job seekers today: free resume printing. Customers can print up to 25 black-and-white copies of their resume at any of the company’s 1,600+ stores across the United States.

“We understand that the economy has affected many people in a very profound way, and we want to help,” said Brian Philips, president and CEO of FedEx Office. It’s a timely expression of  sympvertising, both of which are powerful brand building tools if used in a relevant setting, and they’re appreciated more than ever when times are tough. Time to figure out what your company can offer (potential) customers, with as little investment and as much empathy as possible. (Related: Billboards hand out free gloves, hats and scarvesKraft serves up soup and warmth in heated bus stops.)

Website: www.fedex.com/us/office

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New anti theft program for the Mac


With desktops becoming smaller and more portable, and laptops easily targeted – computer theft has become a huge problem worldwide. in 2004 alone over 600,000 laptops were stolen in the USA, however the FBI report that almost 97% of stolen computers are not recovered.

A unique theft recovery application by Undercover designed for the Mac aims to reduce the number of stolen laptops.

Using advanced technology by Skyhook Wireless locates your Mac based on WIFI positioning. Then Undercover transmits the network information allowing the Underground recovery center to track the stolen Mac to within a range of 30-50ft.

At regular intervals Undercover will send screenshots of the stolen Mac. These screenshots will eventually reveal the thief’s identity, i.e email, im, etc. This also makes it easier to work with law enforcement for Mac OSX

Another world’s first is using the Mac’s inbuilt iSight to transmit pictures of the thief and his surrounding every 6 minutes, making it easier to identify the thief.

More info from http://www.orbicule.com/undercover/

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