How to use Google Reader

Go to the Google Reader web site and if you don't have an account, and you will be asked to create one. It is free and very simple to create.

Once you have an account and you log in, click on "Your Subscriptions"

Click "Add a Feed" to add a feed you already know.

How to Share Your Google Calendar

Sharing via URL

Create a Google Calendar by clicking on the arrow next to "My Calendar" and choosing "Create new calendar." Skip this step if you already have a calendar and have determined its privacy setting.

Google Calendar's Features

The Google Calendar layout is fairly simple. A miniature view of the calendar appears in a column on the left side of the screen. It displays the current month and highlights the current day. A larger viewing area takes up most of the rest of the screen. The Google Calendar has multiple viewing options. You can choose to view the calendar by day, week, month or a view that presents just the next four days.

How to use Google Calendar

Calendar software can be quite useful. Busy executives might refer to a calendar program as they navigate from one business meeting to another. Popular socialites use them as they book parties and other events. And the perpetually disorganized depend on calendar software to avoid missing important appointments. There are several calendar programs on the market.

Google Calendar

Google Calendar is a free Internet calendar that lets you keep track of your own events and share your calendars with others. It's the ideal tool for managing personal and professional schedules. It is both simple to use and very powerful.

Start using Google Drive

Google Drive is Google's challenge to Dropbox--a file storage system linked to your Google account and accessible via the Internet, so you can access your files from almost any device on-the-go. Drive is currently available for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Android; it will be launched for iPad and iPhone shortly. Users are given 5 gigabytes (5GB) of free cloud storage to start; additional storage can be purchased for a small fee.

Google Drive (Documents)

Google has finally taken the lid off of the long-rumored Google Drive, giving you another option for stashing your stuff in the cloud. But what is it, exactly?

The Dropbox-dominated cloud storage space has become increasingly crowded. Microsoft's SkyDrive, Apple's iCloud, Evernote, and Box are all contending for your content. But Google Drive might just stand out from the pack.


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