The Background My family owns a Mexican food restaurant in San Antonio, Texas. We’re not Mexican; we’re Lebanese. That’s a different story, though. Regardless, the restaurant was started by my (very Lebanese) grandfather in 1958 which means that the business is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. Although I’ve worked at the restaurant in many different capacities over the years, my current job is with Netvantage Marketing. However, I still handle all the digital and online “stuffs” for the family…’cause that’s how I roll. … [Read more...] about Wait. You Can Text Message Businesses From a Google Search?!?
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Postscript (Sept. 14): I am checking further on the entire Google Play situation. It wasn’t something that Athey initially used in any type of qualification in her statement. But I’m as curious as anyone. The terms for the Android source code say that devices that aren’t deemed Android-compatible (something that Google itself decides) aren’t granted access to Google Play: … [Read more...] about Google Doesn’t Require Google Search On Android, Despite What FairSearch & Microsoft Want You To Believe
For example, one friend gave us a tip about a great place to snorkel that’s not crowded and is filled with fish and sea turtles. It’s a small bay where the Honokeana Cove condominiums sit, but you don’t have to be renting there to use the small beach and get in the water. This isn’t the kind of tip you find in the Maui guidebooks, so in addition to finding where it is and how to get there, I wanted to see this place online first so I could be sure that we later found the right place. … [Read more...] about Google Maps Vs. Bing Maps: Summer Vacation Planning Showdown