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Even though I work in the search engine space I have a lot of the same bad search habits that most people have. I expect Google to know that when I type in [ Wedding Band ] it should know whether I’m looking for jewelry or musicians.
When it comes to the Google search box, you already know the tricks: finding exact phrases matches using quotes like "so say we all" or searching a single site using site:lifehacker.com gmail .
The following table lists the search operators that work with each Google search service. Click on an operator to jump to its description — or, to read about all of the operators, simply scroll down and read all of this page.
Email Below I have compiled a list of 7 clever Google tricks that I believe everyone should be aware of.
Firefox 4 is on the way and the beta version has been released for the testing purpose. The new version 4 of the most popular browser is stunning in looks and performance. Here are some tweaks and ways which can be used to Speed Up Firefox 4 .
Disable the Awesome Bar We think that the Awesome Bar lives up to its name – its auto-complete feature lets us get to our favorite websites even if we don’t remember the exact URL. But not everyone wants Firefox to auto-complete location bar text, especially if you visit sketchy or embarrassing sites that share common URL characters (ebay and piratebay, for example).
<img alt="screwplug.jpg" src="http://makezineblog.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/screwplug.jpg?w=432&h=323" width="432" height="323" class="mt-image-none" /> I’m not a carpenter by training, but I have built a lot of simple furniture, and blogged about a lot of simple furniture, and one of the rules of thumb I’ve picked up from the pros is that threading screws into end grain is a big no-no. Wood is not an isotropic material, because of the grain, and is relatively weak in that direction. But sometimes putting screw in end-grain is the best/simplest way to do things, and until I saw this simple trick from woodgears.ca , the only way I knew to do it was to use a barrel nut or some other relatively unusual and expensive fastener designed for the purpose.