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Create a Tree View of your Google Drive

If you have ever worked with DOS or Linux before, you’ll be familiar with the “tree” command that recursively lists all the files and folders in the current directory in a tree like format. Most of us prefer visual navigation through Windows Explorer or Mac Finder but a unique advantage with the tree command is that you can save and print the directory structure.

Tree Command for your Google Drive
I have written a little Google Script that is much like running “tree” but against your Google Drive. It creates a hierarchical tree diagram of all the files and folders in your Google Drive that you can save for offline reference or even print.
To get started, click here and authorize the script to access the files in your Google Drive. Once the authorization is complete, it may take a minute to generate the entire Google Drive tree. You’ll then get a link to download an HTML file that mirrors your Drive structure. You can directly send the file to the printer as well.
Internally, all the scrip…

How to Promote Affiliate Products On Your Blog

Here at ShoutMeLoud, I keep sharing various ways, which you can use to earn money from your blog. One of the most effective way is Affiliate marketing. In Affiliate marketing, you pick a related product to your blog niche,create product awareness, and when somebody buys product using your affiliate link, you get a referral commission […]
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35 percent of people do it at work, 50 percent in the bathroom or in the car

Holiday Happenings for $200; 35% of people do this at work, but 50% say they’ve done it in the bathroom or in their car.
What is shop online, Alex?
Shopping is an important part of the holiday season, so people aren’t going to let a little thing like work stop them from getting every item on their gift list. In a recent survey, 35% of people admitted to shopping while on the clock even if such behavior was frowned on by the boss. Why do they do it? 28% said they did it so they could keep their purchases a secret from family members. 24% said they simply don’t have enough time to shop outside of work hours (which is kind of bogus seeing as online stores are open 24/7) and 17% said they had a better internet connection at work than at home.
But that’s nothing. Thanks to strong WiFi signals and smartphones, people are shopping wherever the mood hits, including the bathroom!
According to stats from Demandware, 50% of people say they’ve made a purchase while in the bathroom…

EU Parliament: Break Up, Google | Marketers Like Native | Amazon Denials Quieter on Ad-Supported Video Service

Search: Voting on an issue over which they don't have much control, the European Parliament will soon be asked to resolve that Google should be broken up for antitrust concerns. It does, however, indicate that Google may face increased legislative pressure over time from the body, causing still more regulatory headaches. The European Commission is the [...]

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