We’re living in an interconnected world which offers a lot of conveniences. We can use Google, Facebook, OAuth to connect us to online services and apps. The downside is that there are more “bad actors” trying to trick us and gain access to our info.
Google Product Tutorials
Below is a list of various Google tutorials that we've done. These include step by step instructions on various products ranging from Google Sheets to Gmail. And in some cases, there may be screencasts.
Google also offers documentation for many of their products including Google Groups. These are public forums where you can ask a question that anyone can answer. You may also save your groups if you login in with a Google account.
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Do you find you’re seeing more browser push notifications? Some of these are quite useful, but others are a result of me clicking to allow something in my haste. This week, I hit the tipping point. Each time the little box would push out from the right side of Chrome, I’d want to smack it. While that might make me feel good, the better solution was to change my browser settings.
When I mention Google web history to people, they think of web cookies and the items they typed in Google’s search box. Many people are comfortable with their browser storing this information. If not, they delete their browser cookies and cache. However, Google can capture a …
Many of us have been conditioned to block pop-ups in our web browsers. I do this because most of them are intrusive and hinder me from reading. The problem is sometimes you need pop-ups as they are part of the site. This happened to me when I was going through an online course. Fortunately, Google has a way to selectively allow pop-ups in these cases.