Do you live on Google the way I do? Well I found this site which compares the challenger Bing to Google. I was really impressed when I saw when I compared a search on iPhone battery life.. which as my friends know is my latest gripe..
I just read today that Bing usage is growing everymonth.
Take a look at the link on Mashable which talks about the 5 reasons to switch from Google to Bing.
TTYL for now..
I was bored and cruising (yes everyone knows how easily I get distracted/bored) and came across the mashable site.
This site provides an excellent summarized summary of NEW things happening. I could just waste hours and hours of time on the popular category of Facebook, Firefox, Google and my fav iPhone.
What I liked about the site, is that you can leave comments on any of the stories that are published here.
I like the clean structure and the a could look at the popular categories. I’ll give you one guess which one I gravitated to. the iPhone area.
What I liked even more of this site is the Jobs section.
- Here you can see job postings (besides your Monster, and careerbuilder). The interface was clean. I just selected the state I was looking for a job in and voila, I saw the jobs in a simple list.
- Updated 11/15/18: without doubt the best aggregator site today is Indeed. This site puts together jobs from multiple sites for a one stop job search
Take a look at mashable , I added the daily feed to my Yahoo, of course this site allows you to add subscribe to this site. I give this site 4+ stars.
One of my next blog entries is going to be dedicated to how to network in this crummy (yes that’s a technical term) economy and the inside tricks to finding jobs others won’t find.. Stay tuned for that.
As many of you live on google, I found this cheat sheet for Google. It’s in a PDF file which you can download and reference.
As it says on the site:
“This two page Google Cheat Sheet lists all Google services and tools as well as background information. The Cheat Sheet offers a great reference to grasp of basic to advance Google query building concepts and ideas.”
I personally keep it on my desk as a very useful tool during the day.