Que Editors' Picks for Summer Reading 2012
Want to start a blog but just haven’t had the time to do it? Summer is a great time to begin blogging. Use a personal blog to document a family vacation or 4th festivities—or make an ecommerce blog and use it to boost business during the slow summer months.
What advantages do small business owners have that big businesses don’t? Learn how the new ‘global small town’ is causing big brands to learn and adopt the ethos that small businesses have been practicing for years.
Learn about revolutionary new “hackerspaces" from John Baichtal in this full-color guide to the DIY underground. Projects include robotic grilled-cheese sandwich makers, kung-fu fighting robots, and even a twitter-monitoring Christmas tree. Do it yourself!
Harness the power of social media to give your company an edge. Inside, you’ll learn how to tailor tools and techniques for your brand, avoid common practices that fail, and enhance your virtual community year-round.
Pinterest is the fastest-growing network online. My Pinterest will show you all the ins and outs of Pinterest, including how to pin topics, create collaborative pin-boards, use Pinterest for iPhone, and make the most of Pinterest for business.
Back by popular demand, My iPad has been updated for iOS 5.1 and includes step-by-step instructions for making the most of your device. Learn how to manage the content on your iPad, find and purchase apps, shoot movies in iMovie, organize your music collection, and much more…
Spend some time this summer learning how to make the most of your iPhone. Step-by-step instructions teach you the tips and tricks of communicating with Siri, using FaceTime, conference calls, and email, finding and installing apps, using iCloud, and more.
Make Windows 7 your own! My Microsoft Windows 7 PC is full of information on how to use the coolest features of Windows 7 to enhance your user experience. From the basics to more complex features, this book is made for everyone, regardless of experience.
Sweet-talk Siri into doing almost anything! Two Apple tech experts show you how to make the most of Siri’s voice recognition technology to recognize and stay in touch with your family, become your own personal DJ, organize your life and commitments, and even answer math and science questions.
Are you passionate about music? Michael Miller shows you how to find the music you want. Inside, he’ll give you the latest updates on new players, services, and sites, the truth about copyright issues, and sources for legally free music!
Entertain the kids (and maybe yourself) this summer with a comprehensive guide to using iPad's many kid-friendly apps and games, make the most out of the photo and video features, and even carry your knowledge through to fall, with helpful ideas on how to use iPad for school projects and assignments.