A few weeks ago I wrote an article about how to create a form or survey in Google Documents for the purposes of collecting contact information and other data. But recently I discovered a similar feature in the iOS version of Apple's Numbers '09. In this mobile version of the app, you can use a form to collect data, which automatically fills the rows of an adjoining spreadsheet.
I collect a lot of data. We all do. The fact is that data are worth a lot of money. Google and Facebook built $100 billion-plus companies based on mining data. Shouldn't you? In Abundance, I wrote about my friend Rob McEwen, chairma... Read Post
Google today released the new version of Chrome for iOS. With this update, it is bringing a number of features that were previously only available in the Android app to Apple's iPhone and iPad. Read Post