background preloader

12 Quick Tips To Search Google Like An Expert

12 Quick Tips To Search Google Like An Expert
If you’re like me, you probably use Google many times a day. But chances are, unless you're a technology geek, you probably still use Google in its simplest form. If your current use of Google is limited to typing in a few words and changing your query until you find what you’re looking for, then I’m here to tell you that there’s a better way -- and it’s not hard to learn. On the other hand, even if you are a technology geek and can use Google like the best of them already, I still suggest you bookmark this article of advanced Google search tips. Then, you’ll then have the tips on hand when you're ready to pull your hair out in frustration watching a neophyte repeatedly type in basic queries in a desperate attempt to find something. The following advanced Google search tips are based on my own experience and things that I actually find useful. For even more Google tips, download our free guide here. Here's an overview of some of the most useful Google search tricks. Step 2) Exclude Words

Related:  Tech webInformation ScienceGOOGLESearching/Finding SourcesTools Tips News

Five Zetas, Including Two Naked Women Beheaded, Dismembered and Dissolved by CDG I don’t know why Mundo Narco feels the need to go complete ape fucking shit with watermarks on their videos, but other than that, it’s a good one. Just released video shows brutal simultaneous execution of five captured associates of the Zetas cartel by CDG (Cartel Del Golfo). Three captives appear to be women, two are executed naked. The other two were men. After your traditional narco interrogation whereas the captors request the captives to state their name, their affiliation with a cartel and what their position was, each of the five is beheaded, dismembered and dissolved. The woman allowed to wear clothes is chopped in the back of her neck with a huge axe.

Search Google Like An Expert Small Business Hub gives twelve tips on how to improve your productivity by searching Google more efficiently. In case you didn’t know, Google accepts “cryptic” searches for highly specific information. One such example is entering “ Your search criteria” and Google will only search for your search criteria.

Teach your students the right way to Google Kelly Maher November 24th, 2014 In the age of the split-second Google search, it’s more critical than ever to train students to distinguish between primary and secondary sources As in decades past, proper research methods are an essential skill for today’s students. The advanced Google searches every student should know Google has amazing tools for finding school-worthy sources. Too bad most kids don’t know they exist “Did he seriously just ask that? How old is this guy?” How To Install Windows Apps Without a Microsoft Account This guide will explain how make the Windows 10 sign-in requirement optional, which will allow you to download apps from the Windows Store without a Microsoft account. How To Install Windows Apps Without a Local Account Right-click on the Start menu to display your Power User options. Select the Run command. Next, type in regedit followed by Enter to open the Registry Editor: Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System.

Lights, Camera, Action! Learn From 7 Digital Filmmaking Schools On YouTube There is an apocryphal story of Steven Spielberg sneaking into Universal Studios in an attempt to see what filmmaking was all about behind the scenes. The story was a fantasy. But what’s true is that one of our favorite directors was a prodigious talent from his teens. He shot 8mm adventure films, starting at the age of 13. Sick of Bad Stock Photos? Here's a New Resource You'll Want to Bookmark As marketers, we know that content with images performs better. A lot better. Tweets with images get 150% more retweets. 5 cool Google Drive features you probably aren't using—yet Google Drive’s austere interface can trick you into thinking what you see is all you get. But it’s actually packed with powerful productivity features that aren’t immediately apparent. And we’ve gone back to uncover even more. Here are five you probably aren’t using, but should be.

Research Tips: Primary, secondary and tertiary sources Using Primary, secondary and Tertiary Sources in Research Let’s say you are writing a research paper on the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) of 1972, but you are unfamiliar with it. A good place to gather a general idea or understanding of the ERA would be a tertiary source, such as Wikipedia or the Encyclopedia Brittanica.

7 Captivating Websites To Read About Weird But True Stories Yes, I’m into weird stuff. I’m not going to deny it just to protect my pride or to avoid ridicule. I’ve always believed that the greatest scientists of every generation were into “weird” stuff, however it was defined at the time. The truth is, it’s the mystery surrounding the weird stuff that leads to amazing discoveries, sometimes by accident. It’s the phenomena – the strange and unusual behaviors of things like objects, animals, people or the Earth, that make you scratch your head and go, “What the….”

15 Super Smart Tricks To Help You Search For What You Want On Google Google search need not be complicated. Google search is very efficient, when you know what you’re doing.For example, simply type in the word ‘weather’ followed by a zip code and the weather in any area will pop up. That is only one of the top ways to simplify your search in seconds. Google search really does make searching easier, especially when the user knows how to make the search more efficient. 1.

Create a Check In/ Out System in Google Forms There are many uses for Google Forms in classrooms. I’ve used Google Forms to create review quizzes, surveys, and sign-up sheets. This week I discovered a new use for Google Forms. That is using Google Forms to create a check-in/ check-out system for items in a classroom library. You can do this with the help of a Google Forms add-on called CheckItOut.

The Hardest Type of Web Search for Students There are three basic types of searches that students conduct on the Internet. Those types of searches are navigational, transactional, and informational. Navigational searches are conducted to find something specific like a website or physical location. How to search for similar sites of any website List of website that helps you search for similar wesbites. Have you ever wondered how many other amazing websites are on the internet that you might want yet you’ll never discover? With an idea of searching for similar sites, here in this particular article we will see the list of sites that will assist you find similar websites or related websites on the web. List of websites : 1)