This #TidbitThursday we have a fun fact about Incandescent light bulbs versus LED light bulbs.
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It’s Tech Tuesday, and Google’s Alphabet announcement last week still has some investors in a state of shock. But yesterday Google announced a new tool called, “Project Sunroof.” This tool will use Google Map data and show the solar energy potential of your roof. Currently, it is being used in the following cities: San Francisco Bay Area, Fresno CA, and Greater Boston MA.
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Yesterday afternoon, Google announced that it will be creating a new parent company called, “Alphabet”. This new company will be managed by its two founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin. It’s true, Alphabet will replace Google Inc. as the business that is traded on the stock market.
What does this mean?
It means that Page, Google’s Founder and CEO will now takeover as CEO of Alphabet. The company’s URL will be ABC.xyz. With Page moving over to Alphabet, Sundar Pichai, will now take over as the CEO of Google.
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Also, things wouldn’t be Google-ish if there wasn’t a sense of humor around the whole announcement.
Were you able to find the great Easter Egg they hid in their Alphabet Announcement?
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On this #FollowFriday we would like to turn your attention to the 3 “Must Follow” Top Women in Tech – Twitter Accounts:
Sheryl Sandberg – @SherlySandberg Sheryl is Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) and is the first female member on Facebook’s Board of Directors.
Susan Wojcicki – @SusanWojcicki Susan is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of YouTube. Prior to her position at YouTube, Susan was responsible for Google’s Ads and Commerce (this accounted for 90% of Google’s revenue).
Meg Whitman – @MegWhitman Meg is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Hewlett-Packard (HP). She was previously the CEO of eBay and with her leadership helped the company grow from $4 million in annual revenues to $8 billion before leaving in 2008.
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