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Google Apps Hacksby Philipp Lenssen
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Can Google applications really become an alternative to the venerable Microsoft Office suite? Conventional wisdom may say no, but practical wisdom says otherwise. Right now, 100,000 small businesses are currently running trials of Google office applications. So are large corporations such as General Electric and Proctor & Gamble. Google Apps Hacks gets you in on the action with several ingenious ways to push Google's web, mobile, and desktop apps to the limit.
In addition, Google Apps Hacks outlines ways you can create a simple web site with nothing but Google tools, including Page Creator, Blogger, Google Analytics, and content from other Google apps. This amazing collection just might convince you that Microsoft Office is not the last word in business applications. The price is certainly right.
Book News Annotation:
Lenssen, a web developer and blogger, has written this comprehensive guide to the hacks and tricks that can be implemented in Google's web-based office applications. Using Google's ability to utilize fast network connections and powerful servers, the author shows how to create, share and mash various applications into customized versions. This is an essential guide for anyone wishing to expand the functionality of Google Apps and associated programs for either personal use or a business application. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Google is challenging the venerable Microsoft Office suite with its own Web-based office applications. This book offers scores of clever hacks and workarounds that enable power users to get more out of various applications.
About the Author
Born in 1977, Philipp Lenssen is a web developer, blogger and author from Germany. Since 2003, Philipp runs Google Blogoscoped at blogoscoped.com, a daily news source started in Malaysia covering all things Google, from Gmail, Orkut and web search to Google Docs, usability issues, YouTube and everything in-between. The blog also spawned a book called 55 Ways to Have Fun With Google. Philipp likes to tinker with programming, drawing, writing and game design, and has a special interest in the intersections among those areas.
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