Curious about Google Sites and how team collaboration Web sites can help you share documents online from various locations? Curious about Google’s new Chrome browser? Google Sites & Chrome For Dummies has what you want to know! Today, Google is so much more than another word for “search.” Google Sites & Chrome For Dummies shows you how to create great collaborative Web sites with Google Sites and surf the Web with the super-fast Google Chrome browser. Find out how they work with other Google Apps, too. You’ll learn to: Take advantage of free hosting, free tools, and a simple, straightforward interface with Google Sites Set up a Google account or Google Apps account Create wiki sites that let coworkers collaborate on projects or keep family members up to date Use Google gadgets to keep track of projects, manage calendars and documents, or display photos Integrate documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and other Google Apps into your site Work with Contact List, Google Talk, and Google Chat, and handle e-mail with Gmail Download and install the speedy Google Chrome browser Install browser plug-ins, enable offline access to Google Docs, and manage misbehaving tabs You’ll even find instructions and examples to help you plan sites for personal and business use, plus a sample college course site. With advice from Google Sites & Chrome For Dummies, you can make collaboration easy and have the high-speed Web at your fingertips.
Good vibrations: the best online music resources The internet has become a major player in today's music market, especially thanks to online sales from sources such as iTunes; while most web music sales sites boast around 40,000 songs, iTunes offers over 1.3 million-with 25,000 new songs being added each month. From online purchasing to great artist sites like Gorillaz, Lenny Kravitz, and Iggy Pop to recording companies, labels, ringtone sites, online radios, and more, this is the essential guide for researching and enjoying music online. About the editor: Julius Wiedemann was born in Brazil, studied graphic design and marketing, and was an art editor for digital and design magazines in Tokyo. His many TASCHEN digital and media titles include Animation Now!, Advertising Now! the Web Design series, and 1000 Favorite Websites. Издание на английском, французском и немецком языках.
The web's best interactive sites 100 prime examples from the world's best digital agencies demonstrating the key role interactivity plays on the web today With its origins tied to the invention of the hyperlink, the web is defined by interaction. In the internet's early days, interaction consisted on clicking links to be taken to different pages. Today, with broadband, flash, video, sound, and online games, this concept has been taken to another level. From news sites and blogs to commercial and public awareness sites, interactivity is the key to the internet experience. This book showcases about 100 examples of work from the world's best digital agencies-such as Greenpeace, Volkswagen, and Nike-demonstrating the most innovative uses of interactivity on the web today. About the Series: More bang for your buck! "... a fast-food, high-energy fix on the topic at hand." The New York Times Book Review About the editor: Julius Wiedemann was born in Brazil, studied graphic design and marketing, and was an art editor for digital and design magazines in Tokyo. His many TASCHEN digital and media titles include Animation Now!, Advertising Now! the Web Design series, and 1000 Favorite Websites. Издание на английском, французском и немецком языках.