Two columns Google Docs is a quick and easy way to create and share documents.
Two columns Google Docs is also a place where you can easily create web pages in a document type, and edit them using basic editing tools.
It’s a little bit of a cheat though because one of the best features of Google Docs is the ability to share documents between machines on the same network, so it’s a bit of a pain to share your document between multiple computers. That said, it’s certainly worth learning the basics of setting up Google Docs on multiple computers, because it’s an incredibly useful tool for anyone who wants to collaborate on a document.
The two-column format allows you to edit your document on one machine, then edit it on a second machine. It’s a good way to share documents with colleagues and keep them from having to copy-and-paste a long document. Its also a good way to update your document on multiple machines so you don’t forget something.
The only thing that’s really going to keep you from working on this is your credit card company which can be very helpful when you need to find your way onto a new computer.
You can use it to share your google doc with your brother or sister or coworkers, or even your grandma. You can edit it in one of the two columns. If you work in a big company, you can even use it to share your work with your boss.
Its not a good idea to use it to share your work with your boss though. Because then you are probably going to have to explain to him that you are taking this on and that he is in the process of firing you. Or worse.
In one of my recent meetings, my boss said that he hates meetings because he can’t tell if he’s doing anything without the meeting being over. No matter what you say, he will be thinking about your every word, and it is inevitable that in the process of doing these meetings, he will miss the point. So he will be looking for ways to avoid doing the work. He actually uses this tactic a lot.
When you get something that you really don’t understand, you need to be able to explain it to your boss. When your boss is trying to do something important and isn’t sure what to do, it is best to keep it to yourself. I have never been able to come up with a good excuse for why I am not doing something, but I always find myself looking for ways to explain away my lack of progress.
I am not the only one who finds this tactic to be a little silly. My boss is a professional who has a tendency towards creating things that are in the “right” place. This might be a good reason to get involved, but I will not be the only one.