Today, Google officially announced the Google Chrome Web Store alongside the impending launch of the Chrome OS Notebook (TNW has the scoop on getting one). While plenty of folks have been waiting for this, I haven’t and I’m glad I haven’t. If you were expecting a new breed of apps from the Chrome Web Store like I was, you can guess again. Only a handful of real “apps” currently exist in the store. Everything else seems to be a bookmarklet or extension instead of an actual app. So here are a few Google Chrome apps worth checking out.
As the new school year begins, you might be wondering how else can you use your computer to manage your studies. It seems like Microsoft Office is the only reason for a student to devote any of their PC time to school. This was once the the doomed outlook of another school year for me. Thank to the web, there are hundreds of tools out there to make school more interesting and help you manage all the projects that are sure to come your way. Here are my top 9 picks for managing and collaborating school work in and out of the classroom.
As the summer cools down, students all over the US are preparing to head back to school. Fortunately, we’re living in a different world. There are tons of resources to help you study better, manage your time and work, and hit all of your goals to ace this school year. Here are the apps you want to have in English class (and a few others) to stay ahead of the game.
Rising blog directory and search engine Regator is cleaning up its look and feel for users. You might be wondering if Regator’s invite-only preview will be worth the wait. The team behind Regator has combined years of feedback to bring more dynamic information surrounding today’s top content to you. Let’s take a closer look.
INVITES: Preview Regator with the code: shegeeks