MacMost Now 904: 10 More Google Search Tricks

Episode 833 contained some useful Google search tricks. Here are 10 more. Learn how to translate a word, graph a formula, get the time in another city, lookup stock information, pronounce a word, list recent earthquakes and more. Also see some Google easter eggs and how to list all Google Doodles.

Comments: 12 Responses to “MacMost Now 904: 10 More Google Search Tricks”

    Joel Anderson
    6 years ago

    Very, very cool. The closing tip, about the Doodle library, will come in handy when I try to tell someone about the neat thing I saw the day before. Lots of other good stuff here, too, much that I can use in class. Thanks.

    Kirk Edgar Aplin
    6 years ago

    I’ve found that i can translate with the form in without having to use the word translate in front. seems to get me the same results.

    Jan Wille
    6 years ago

    I lioke the trick about searching the time in any city. However, for me this works only in Safari, but not in Chrome. Any suggestions?

      6 years ago

      Shouldn’t matter which browser you are using. I just tried it in Chrome and it worked fine.

    Harry Marks
    6 years ago

    As always Gary – something interesting but buried. I look forward to you videos!

    Mr Anthony Cotton
    6 years ago

    This an amazing video. Their should be a place to go to learn these thing`s.
    How did you find out how to do this Gary?

    Greg
    6 years ago

    Another interesting video Gary. Have you considered adding “let me google that for you” ? (http://lmgtfy.com/) …perhaps in your next google installment :)

      6 years ago

      An interesting service, definitely worth knowing about. But in this video I tried to stick with official Google things, not third-party projects.

    jac mills
    6 years ago

    Gary: This is outstanding. I have sent it my my children in Australia. It should prove extremely helpful for their kids in school, also.

    Lance Barrs
    6 years ago

    Gary:
    Some of these Google tricks don’t work on my iPad as they do on my iMac?

      6 years ago

      Yes, I’m sure some of them, particularly the Doodles, require a computer.

    Linda Lyn
    6 years ago

    Hi Gary
    I have watched all your videos in this news letter. When come to the knowledges about Mac you really is the best teacher to fellow, if I don’t learn from you there’s no others.

    Internet is a very good place to learn things but your website is the most valueable to learn the things I needed to learn.

    Many thanks from
    Linda Lyn

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