Well, wait a second… I thought Yahoo of all companies would be, in part, leading the trend towards alternative working? Alternative workplace environments fueled by the need to be productive while being sensitive to the employees work/life balance. The same alternative Silicon Valley work environments made popular by Google and Yahoo as well as other young, tech start ups to promote a more effective collaborative work environment. So what gives, why now is home working and mobile working not acceptable to Yahoo?
One big difference between Social Media Week 2012 and 2013 is the amount of Google+ Hangouts hosted this year. Google+ Hangouts has been a hit with brands and publications when it comes to hosting live discussions with viewer participation. Great example leading this format is HuffPost Live. What’s also impressive is the comments to the right of the video screen usually holds a steady active stream during the live programming.
Whether you are relocating your office to another town or just shifting to another floor in the same building, the very thought of office relocation possibly isn’t so alluring. Moving a home or office is one of the most time consuming and stressful tasks you ever experience. Maximum of your valuable work time is lost during an office move. So how can you best utilize your precious work time and stay productive during an office move? Here are a few ideas that will help you stay organized and carry out your office tasks in full flow even during the move:
Alex went from learning how to develop for Android and IOS apps to earning hundreds of reviews of 4.5 to 5 stars in Google Play & iTunes in 4 months.
Day 1 at CES 2013 and instead of the usual keynote made by Microsoft, Qualcomm took the stage with a much more eccentric/weird/surreal approach. Coining the phrase “Generation M”, 3 actors were on stage representing 3 types of young mobile users: The Gamer, The Entrepreneur, and The Socialite. Their dialog boasted what it means to be born mobile.
There have been a few versions of the new Yahoo homepage designs circulating the net. TechCrunch talked about a version using large tiles similar to those live tiles found on Windows 8 design in early November. More recently, a version that is mobile-minded using responsive design with more pictures and fewer text links has been released for testing. According to All Things D, Yahoo was going to veer toward a "mobile-first" sensibility.