To forget is human. To forget to buy the ice cream sandwich we promised the kids. To call home after the gig. To pack sun cream for the holiday. The place we put the piece of paper with the phone number we need to ring.
But even if we had the IQ of Albert Einstein we could still struggle. Once he forgot his own home address when sitting in a cab, and another time the destination he was travelling to on a train. But anyway. As long as we do not forget to grab our mobiles and tap Google Keep, or to add a note online, we are safe.
Google Sightseeing is an interesting blog that shows you sights and pictures of the world, but with a twist. The pictures are not taken by human photographers, they are captured by satellites and come from Google Maps, Google Earth and Google Street View. Many of them are really worth viewing, as they feature unique, weird and wonderful sights.
Google Sightseeing features satellite pictures, or photos that were automatically taken by the Google Street View cars. They are discovered by the blog authors or suggested by readers. It’s kind of a world tour that you can take from your home, hopefully in order to find beautiful places that you will visit someday.
If you find an article, webpage or social profile that features your work or talks about you, or find something that inspires you, you may want to save an exact copy of that page. This can be done by capturing a screenshot of the page and by saving it as an image.
There are a lot of standalone programs, browser extensions and even websites that help you with this task. Screen Capture (by Google) is one of them. It’s a Google Chrome extension and it’s developed by… Google itself.
The initial media and Internet reviews are positive. The Android tablet, built by Asus, offers a 7” 1280×800 HD display, a Quad-core Tegra 3 processor with 1 GB RAM and 8 or 16 GB internal storage, weights 340 grams and comes with the latest Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) operating system.
Of course, one of the most important aspects is the price: Google Nexus 7 is available for pre-order directly from Google starting at $199.