Best iPhone apps : the guide for discriminating downloaders

From Charlene Muhr
author: Clark, Josh
Best iPhone apps : the guide for discriminating downloaders
Recently, I purchased the newest model of the iphone.  Over the past few weeks I have slowly become familiar with this marvelous phone and it has become apparent that I needed to learn more about apps.  Josh Clark provides just this information in BEST Iphones Apps – The Guide for Discriminating Downloaders.  The book is divided into seven categories:  At Work, On the Town, At Leisure, At Play, At Home, On the Road, and For Your Health.  The Best App is given a page of description, with some instructions, and highlighted with a photo of the app screen.  In some app categories there will be an honorable mention with a brief description and sometimes a photo of the app screen.  I was amazed to find that so many of the best apps were free or relatively inexpensive.  This is an excellent book for iphone users.

Getting organized in the Google era : how to get stuff out of your head, find it when you need it, and get it done right

From Rita Gross
author: Douglas Merrill and James A. Martin
Getting organized in the Google era : how to get stuff out of your head, find it when you need it, and get it done right
I think most of us have felt overwhelmed in the face of the information barrage that we face daily in our professional and personal lives.   In Getting Organized in the Google Era, the author lets us off the hook, by explaining that our brains are just not biologically able to accommodate the amount of information that we now require to conduct our lives.   He finds the remedy for this predicament in Google Apps, and explains how to use those digital tools to stay organized.