Google has officially declared war on passwords and cookies, saying they are no longer secure enough to protect account owners.
The Google team is toying with lots of alternatives, including a ring that you can use to scan into your account. That’s right- it’s time to marry Google.
Would you opt for a “Google Ring” to protect your YouTube Channel or Google+?
USB Drives are powerful yet pocket-sized devices for backing up, transferring, or storing files.
But USB drives horde a powerful, hidden secret: in addition to backing up and transferring your files, they have the surprising potential to be your most powerful and portable all-in-one PC survival kit.
That’s right, according to this amazing DIY article, you can cancel your Tech Guy’s visit. You have a USB DRIVE.
This one will fix your PC, then open your beer. Could we be bigger fans?
Check out the article for yourself. Just download these 10 tools to make your USB drive the most powerful and compact PC maintence tool you own.
What’s your favorite DIY industry tool?
Remember MySpace? Facebook’s older and more high-maintenance sibling? It’s back with a facelift, and it looks just like Justin Timberlake.
Timberlake is funding the reboot, apparently in exchange for turning MySpace into JustinSpace. Seriously, his face is everywhere.
Critics and the faithful few still using MySpace say the reboot is pretty terrible. Lacking user-friendliness, broken links, confusing navigation, and plastered with Timberlake in a tie, the verdict seems to stand that MySpace still isn’t worth your time for social networking.
Feel differently? What’s your take?
Facebook is apparently experiencing a decline, and experts think it may have reached its saturation point.
“The number of Americans using Facebook fell by nearly 1.4 million in early December, according to new data from social media monitoring company SocialBakers.” According to the article. We’re just worried about all those neglected FarmVille crops.
Good news for those outside of the 1.4 million- Zuckerberg recently announced a better search engine for Facebook. Will it crumple Google’s empire? Eh, probably not. But it sure will help you find your uncle’s ska band in a heartbeat.
What’s your take on Facebook these days?
Kit and Kaboodle Productions welcomes Brittany Flather to the team this winter as K+K’s new Production Coordinator and Video Editor.
Brittany hails from UMBC as an Information and Digital Media Specialist. A digital media aficionado, Brittany eats, sleeps, and breathes all things video, media, marketing and creative design. Brittany is also Google Ads Certified, has experience as a marketing strategist, researcher, copy writer, graphic and web designer, social media strategist, and videographer. Brittany is definitely a people-person and has an undying love for mint-chip ice cream.
Brittany recently finished working on an expansive research project for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s Imaging Research Center. The project, titled “Who We Am” sought to understand and pattern complex human behaviors. During her time at UMBC, she also presented on the most effective methods of video-based Social Cause Marketing. She also is a featured artist in UMBC’s Commons permanent art gallery, and has won numerous arts and design awards throughout her career.
“This office… Is really well-designed,” remarked Brittany, upon her first day. “The people here are hysterical, yet incredibly good at what they do. I know I’m going to love it here. If nothing else, there’s free candy all over the place.”
Kit & Kaboodle Productions was recently awarded with five Telly Awards to add to our collection!
“The Church,” winner of two Telly Awards, is an independent television series produced entirely in Carroll County, Maryland. This dramatic show, created by Keith Ward of Full Quiver Productions, chronicles one Christian church and the intriguing members who go there, dealing with popular and controversial topics.
Another double winner, “A Soldier’s Story,” portrays the miraculous journey of a soldier wounded in Iraq. Working in conjunction with Livingston Productions, this international piece follows a brave soldier who is treated in four remote locations in four days. He was wounded in Iraq, operated on in Germany, again at 10,000 feet in a C-130 transport airplane, once more at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C. and finally at the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
The fifth Telly goes to Centro Watt’s “What Do You Know?” This hilarious game show-style segment was filmed simultaneously in Boston, Philadelphia and Los Angeles and, Centro Watt’s corporate headquarters in Melbourne, Australia. Kit & Kaboodle Productions interviewed all 168 employees of the company in one day inquiring about office protocol, management and what each employee knows about their corporate cities.
Have an idea for a video to showcase your company? Let us know and we’ll set up a free brainstorm/strategy session.