(Available in English now, more languages coming soon!)
Panels so far today included actors and producers from Teen Titans Go and a really interesting look at the making of Big Hero 6. Later today it'll be a Marvel Comics panel and the ever awesome Cartoon Voices script reading.
See below for details about how the program works.
We had sooooooooo much fun doing this in past years, and I can't wait to do this again! And if you happen to be at Google I/O next week, please keep an eye out for me and say hi. :-)
If you’re interested in details about what’s going on at I/O 2015 (google.com/io) but you won’t be at the show in-person, we’ve got you covered with the fourth annual #io15request program. On May 28-29, you can send your requests to our team about anything related to Google I/O 2015 and we'll do our best to get your questions answered live from Moscone. Even if it requires moonwalking (http://goo.gl/8UVlMH)!
How does it work?
-- To put in a request during I/O (May 28-29), all you need to do is create a public Google+ or Twitter post from your profile using the hashtag #io15request. We’ll only be able to reply to requests written in English, French and German.
-- Our team of Google Community Managers will track down answers to your requests, mentioning you in the post so you don’t miss it.
-- If you’re curious to see what others are requesting, follow our Google+ Collection (https://goo.gl/A6NAxo) (where we’ll be collecting all responses posted on Google+) or search for #io15request on either Google+ or Twitter.
This year we have 15 members of the Google Community Manager Team standing by to fulfill your requests on a variety of products and languages:
-- Android: &
-- Google Cast:
-- Docs and Drive:
-- Gmail: &
-- Google Play:
-- Hangouts: +Chris Wong
-- Maps: &
Note that we’ll only be replying to requests about and related to this year's I/O posted between May 28 and 29, 2015 - so please wait until I/O begins to start sending in your questions.
And if you're going the other direction -- from Android to iOS -- Apple has a nice guide available on their help site:
Snapseed is a worthy companion to all you #androidography fans, and very useful if you post here on Google+ to the community.
With billions of images being uploaded and shared on a daily basis, we want to make it fast and easy for people to perfect their photos. What once required a desktop computer, costly software and hours of editing work, can now be accomplished quickly in a powerful app --
The new #Snapseed app gives you the precision and control of professional photo editing software on your phone or tablet. We’ve updated the app in many ways while staying true to our mission of helping everyone easily create extraordinary images. Here are the highlights:
• New tools including Lens Blur, Tonal Contrast, intelligent perspective Transform, and Spot Healing
• Selectively apply filters and effects to parts of the image using the Brush tool
• Non-destructive editing via Stacks allows you to re-edit or undo any change. You can also copy edits from one image to another
Snapseed works with your phone camera shots as well as images from DSLRs, compact cameras, and more.
Get it today as it rolls out on the Play Store http://goo.gl/sQSfLM and the App Store http://goo.gl/irPbd4
- Community Manager, 2004 - present
- Avatar NuMediaPost-production Supervisor, 1994 - 2002
- Circle Video ProductionsProduction Associate, 1991 - 1994
- Buzz (current)
- Google, Android, and Nexus
- Occasional other tech news
- Geeky stuff like comic books, video games, tabletop RPGs, and scifi & fantasy books/movies/TV
- Infrequent posts about my travels, social dancing, and wine
- Android & Nexus: Paul Wilcox (that's me!) & Orrin Hancock
- Android Wear: Sarah Morales
- Calendar: Alice Justman
- Chrome: Sarah Claxton Deming
- Chrome OS: Andrea Mesterhazy
- Docs: Julianne Niemaszyk
- Google+: Claire Podgorski
- Google+ Local/Pages, Places: Jade Wang
- Hangouts & Hangouts On Air: Chris Wong
- Gmail: Jordan Esparza & Andy Bravo
- Maps: Daniel Mabasa & Abby DeBellis
- News: Stacie Chen
- Niantic Labs (Ingress, Fieldtrip): Brian Rose
- Panoramio: Gerard Sanz
- Project Glass: Sarah Price
- Sites: Sarah Claxton Deming
- Web Search: (coming soon!)
- 3D: Nicole Drobeck
I'm a geek, but hopefully one with obsessions beyond traditional geek bounds. My niche interests include gaming (computer/console as well as tabletop RPGs), dancing (social ballroom and Irish ceili), comic books (American-style and some manga), movies (domestic or foreign, Hollywood or indie), animation ("traditional" and anime), skiing (snow, not water), martial arts, science fiction & fantasy, progressive rock, period events, yadda yadda.
The views expressed on Google+, in my blog, via Twitter, on Facebook, and elsewhere (except via official Google channels) are mine alone and not those of my employer.
- University of California, DavisRhetoric/Communications & Psychology, 1987 - 1991
- Henry M. Gunn Senior High School1983 - 1987
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