Shipping a great new product, not necessarily based on a new technology is adequate for the growth of business.
Steve Jobs made NeXT once he was forced to leave Apple behind. WorldWideWeb was invented on a NeXT computer. Still the business was not that good for NeXT.
On the other hand Tim Berners-Lee refrained from releasing world-wide-web under GNU-GPL only on the basis that corporates might not get involved due to the leftist reputation of GNU and Richard Stallman. Thereafter came Linux, GNU’s much awaited kernel code from Finland. That struggled for desktop space although got server side business. Then came Andy Rubin. He simply made android by using Linux as its kernel and a great new product is born to get purchased by Google. That made its own space acquiring the highest growth rate ever seen in business.
Apple got in trouble and Amelio started looking for a new operating system. Fortunately Apple bought NeXT shelling out much larger amount for less valued stocks but for what? Steve Jobs was hired again and what he did? He stopped Apple, looking for a new operating system. Instead he prepared Apple to ship the great new product iPod. iPod by Apple was greater than Walkman by Sony. Considering that the concept was not new as music listening on the go has already been a popular behaviour. iPod simply added great value to that popularity and became successful within no time establishing a great new user experience. Business became good around that.
People do not buy a technology. People buy a product. Shipping a great new product, not necessarily based on a new technology is adequate for the growth of business.
Suppose you have created a draft in your Gmail email box and now you want to send that specific message to many addresses but separately. We already wrote a lesson, providing you best solution for this but then some emailed us requesting some old school trick of duplicating drafts.
Canned Response is one easy solution for such issues, you can know more about Gmail Canned Responses here. Or continue reading this lesson and learn creating multiple copies of drafts so that you can easily send them one by one just by pasting a new email address every-time.
Likewise you know, when a new email message is composed, it is auto-saved to drafts and when the email is dispatched, it automatically moves to the sent folder. So by default you can only create multiple drafts by saving same message again and again. To do this you will need to hit ‘Compose’ button, paste message and then hit close button.
Another way of doing same thing but in automation is to authorize a Google Script. Once authorized, you will need to select a draft, then set the number of duplicate copies to make for it.
Copied drafts automatically includes the text, subject line, and attachments. This works pretty handy when you’re sending same email to multiple addresses and don’t want to carbon copy them.
People use Google forms as a quick way to see and manage responses, create online forms and surveys or get answers to questions etc. In this lesson you will learn how to get actual data of inquiry other than just notification when someone fills your form.
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You can hide any unwanted or annoying element or section from any webpage you visit. It all takes one or two clicks and the element is removed. There are various apps and extensions that lets you do this on your web browser. In this lesson we will talk about some of the best handpicked extensions you can use in your web browser to get rid of unwanted website elements.
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Recently Google has announced BETA release of it’s Google Cloud Vision API which can be a great service for developers. The API provides developers access to high value service that let’s anyone to develop and build up an idea. Anyone can make use of it and submit images to understand the content in them and detect objects such as car, dish, bird, read text or identify product logos and more.
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