The digital era is evolving at a breakneck speed, and with it, the manner in which transactions are conducted. One of the most significant developments in this field is the combination of Bitcoin and Google Pay. This article explores how one can effortlessly buy Bitcoin with Google Pay, making it a seamless combo for buyers.
Do you feel confident when making marketing decisions? If not, it’s probably because you don’t have enough data to back up your decisions. Marketing analytics software can help you capture better data and make better decisions.
If you’ve never used marketing analytics software, using it for the first time can be a little intimidating. Luckily, there are a few tips that can help you make sense of your marketing data. In this article , you’ll find a list of three tips for using marketing analytics software. Read on to learn more about how to get the most out of your marketing software. Continue reading 3 Tips for Using Marketing Analytics Software
The 151st anniversary of the founding of The Metropolitan Museum of Art will be celebrated with a custom Google Doodle, the creative treatment of the Google logo featured on the search engine’s homepage. The Met-inspired animated Doodle will launch in the United States at 12 a.m. on Tuesday, April 13, and be viewable for 24 hours. The Doodle will appear in more than 20 countries.
Abstract Browsing 17 03 05 (Google) (2017) is a machine woven tapestry depicting an abstract version of the Google browser’s interface. To produce his Abstract Browsing series, Rafaël Rozendaal created a plug-in for Google’s Chrome Browser. Available to anyone online, it reduces images and text on any website visited to colored rectangles. The artist surfs the web every day using his plug-in and compiles thousands of screenshots, which he then narrows down to a small selection to be produced as tapestries. Continue reading Modern Art Monday Presents: Rafaël Rozendaal, Abstract Browsing 17 03 05 (Google)
Jamie and I were walking down Ninth Avenue towards 14th Street to catch the bus after having a fun time at the opening party for Chris Stein’s new exhibit of Debbie Harry Photos, which was held at the fabulous Dream Hotel on West 16th Street, when we passed by the headquarters of the Google. I was, of course, immediately attracted by their huge Neon Google Doodle sign on the wall of the building’s lobby, which I was able to shoot through the locked revolving doors with a little adjustment of the camera lens. Very Nice.
Hilariously, just a few feet down the road, we saw the neon sign pictured below, which I discovered (via Google – Ha!) is by Lower East Side icon Clayton Patterson. Apparently, “Elgoog” is a thing, but I don’t feel like going into that right now.