Chances are you probably have your entire Google search history available for you to download. If you are logged into Google while you do searches, it keeps track of all your search terms. Many people are afraid of other’s finding their Google search history. I find it absolutely fascinating. Looking through your search history is […]
Searching and discovery, for searchers
Google has a list of advanced search operators
Sometimes you come across a blog that is just incredible. After reading
Imagine if you could know exactly which songs you listened to when you were a few months old. That would be pretty interesting, right? Today’s babies can have that sort of information. My daughter turned three months last week. Here
Everyone loves Spotify for its unlimited music. But imagine if you could have unlimited music and no ads on Youtube videos–for the same price as Spotify. That would be Google Play. The Spotify individual plan is $9.99/month. You get music. The Google Play individual plan is $9.99/month. You get music and no ads on Youtube. […]
You buy a product online, and then the next day an ad for the very same product is shown do you. Do you wish you could right-click on the ad to say, “I already own this. No more ads for this product.” That would be handy, right? “I don’t need to own another one of […]
Taco Bell has a SoundCloud account? What do you think they would play? (Yeah, I should probably listen to their channel before I write about it, but let’s first speculate what they could be playing, because that’s more fun). Taco Bell commercials.
Yesterday I outlined how to create a Facebook list of
Image if Google’s reverse image search allowed you to sort by date. That way it can help you find the original source of an image. I want to find the original source of the image in this tweet.