Google has just re-designed, revamped and re-launched its Earth product, and it has certainly been worth the two-year wait. Earth is now built into Chrome, so there is no longer a need to download a cumbersome desktop app to access this global repository of images, videos, and knowledge cards.
Instagram ’s the best. Where else can you find out the best place to get a hipster kebab AND take a terrifying white-water raft ride AND be subjected to endless Kardashian selfies all in a single scroll. Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook… yeah yeah, sure, alright, shut up
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With so many channels to market on, brands – small and large – are often pressed for time. This is why it's worth exploring what opportunities are available to use what you already have to create emails, such as existing data, a large social media following, etc. In the spirit of Earth Day coming up this Friday, Campaigner has compiled five…
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Tips to Keep Your Email Campaigns Fresh [Infographic]
Facebook hit a pretty big milestone on August 24, 2015, as Mark Zuckerberg announced that for the first time ever, 1 billion people used Facebook in a single day. This means that 1 in 7 people on Earth leveraged the social network to connect with their friends and family in just one day. For comparison, Twitter has just 316 million monthly active..
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1 Billion People Used Facebook in One Day
For its tenth birthday, Google Earth has added two new ways to explore the world: Voyager, which offers 3D city views, and Earth View, a library of Earth’s most beautiful places.
Google Earth Turns Ten and Adds Two New Features
For Google’s annual salute to Earth Day in 2014, the company has incorporated a series of six animals – the Rofous hummingbird, dung beetle, moon jellyfish, Japanese macaque, puffer fish, and veiled chameleon – into various animated logos.
Whether you’re in the northern part of the earth’s hemisphere getting ready for swimsuit season or the southern part, where you’re cozying up with layers, today’s Google Doodle by guest artist Christoph Niemann has something for everyone.
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Google plans to give Internet access to the entire world by sending network-enabled balloons into the stratosphere.
Google’s Project Loon: It’s Balloon-Powered Internet Access
Today’s Google Doodle for Earth Day 2013 has a lot to experience. So much, in fact, Google created a “sightseeing checklist” to make sure you don’t miss anything.
A Google Doodle today celebrates Nicolaus Copernicus, the Renaissance astronomer who pushed forward the (at the time) radical idea that Earth wasn’t the center of the universe.
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Nicolaus Copernicus Animated Google Doodle Models Heliocentric Solar System