I often use Google to find solutions to technical problems. While doing this, I usually come across a lot of posts that are extremely unrelated to the problem at hand. If this is a common occurrence for you, check out Faviconize Google. This Chrome extension/Firefox add-on script will allow you to see small favicons next to the results in your search area. Adding Faviconize Google to your browser will streamline your results review process. If you see an icon you recognize, you're likely to know if that site will have the information you're seeking. How to add favicons to your Google search results
You can now easily add Ixquick to your list of Firefox search engines. Search engines appear in the drop-down menu next to the search bar inside your Firefox browser. The settings you saved in 'Settings' will be respected. Add Ixquick to your Browser
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Search Engine Strategies London underlines importance of social search The annual Search Engine Strategies (SES) London conference ran from 20-24 February 2012 and brought the UK’s growing search industry together to assess the key challenges in search marketing. So, just what did attendees learn? One overarching theme was that social search is set to dominate. By Chris Lee.
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How to Hack RSS to Reduce Information Overload — Online Collaboration Last week, I held a session at SXSW Interactive titled Hacking RSS: Filtering & Processing Obscene Amounts of Information, where I talked about creative ways to use RSS to manage information overload without using any programming skills. There is more information available in the world than any one person could hope to consume (hundreds of exabytes of data), but most of that information is uninteresting, out of date, inaccurate, or not relevant for you. The key to reducing information overload is to more efficiently find the data you want among the information that you don’t care about.