Chromebooks for Education: Crook County Middle School, Prineville, OR
Chromebooks for Education connect students and teachers at Crook County Middle School with the power of the web. To learn more about the benefits of a Chromebook classroom, visit: www.google.com/chromebook/education.
Chromebooks for Education: Thomas Jefferson High School, Council Bluffs, IA
Chromebooks for Education connect students and teachers at Thomas Jefferson High School with the power of the web. To learn more about the benefits of a Chromebook classroom, visit: www.google.com/chromebook/education.
Chrome: Albeit a little late, Evernote has jumped on the improved web site readability bandwagon and introduced a new feature called Clearly. Much like most browser extensions and bookmarklets, it takes a given web site and converts the layout into a more readable format. This makes clipping web content to Evernote a lot nicer as you won't have to deal with improper formatting as the page transitions to your notebook. More »
Every November since 2004, the Movember movement has rallied moustache growers around the world to sprout facial hair and take to the web to fight cancer. The Movember movement was started in Melbourne, Australia, by a small group of guys determined to spark conversation and education of cancers that affect men. News and photos of their moustache-growing movement spread throughout the web, rapidly transforming the campaign into an annual effort involving over 1.1 million "Mo Bros" and "Mo Sistas" across the globe.
Google Chrome: Angry Birds
The developers of Angry Birds use the web to bring their bird-slinging phenomenon to millions of new fans around the world. The three featured birds were designed specifically for this film, and are voiced by the original creators of the game: Peter Vesterbacka (CMO of Rovio), Jaakko lisalo (Senior Game Designer of Angry Birds) and Serdar Soganci (Web Games Manager). Watch, and then play Angry Birds on the web at chrome.google.com