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  • Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were Ph.D. students at Stanford University, and was formally incorporated as a privately held company on September 4, 1998. You know there's more to something than meets the eye when such a massively successful company has such a simple layout, though, and I mean that in the best way possible. Google has always done things a little bit differently, and that works to keep things fresh, immersive and consistently progressive. Here are some Google facts you may not know! Top 12 Unknown Awesome Facts About Google The name 'Google' is actually derived from the mathematical term 'googol' which is basically 1 with 100 zeros following it Google was established by

  • You have a project to deliver and you don't know what to do, or you need to be creative and the ideas just not coming to your head. On days that seem like you are totally uninspired or stuck in a creative rut, follow these simple steps.   Go for a walk Researchers at Stanford have found that walking improves creativity by as much as 60%. They found that inspiration and creativity not only occur when out walking but also when you return to your desk. Take a shower Research also shows that there is a relationship between being relaxed and creative.According to Scott, 72% of people have new ideas while in the shower. Scott attributes the shower as an ideal place

  • So, fashionistas, you wish to start a blog and have no clue what you need? Don't worry, I am here to help you out! First things first - make a plan! So you have found your niche. However decide which topics you will cover; would it be an haute couture, a street fashion or a fashion gossip site? Break your site into categories. This will help you to plan  and create your content. Here’s exactly what you need to do to plan an awesome blog: Start with a simple survey. Explore your topics. Know how often you can realistically publish. Plan your content.   Listen here to Helen Nugent, she has a point!   If you are also looking for more information about planning your blog, I really