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MacMost Now 904: 10 More Google Search Tricks
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Shouldn't matter which browser you are using. I just tried it in Chrome and it worked fine.
As always Gary - something interesting but buried. I look forward to you videos!
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?
Another interesting video Gary. Have you considered adding "let me google that for you" ? (http://lmgtfy.com/) ...perhaps in your next google installment :)
An interesting service, definitely worth knowing about. But in this video I tried to stick with official Google things, not third-party projects.
Gary: This is outstanding. I have sent it my my children in Australia. It should prove extremely helpful for their kids in school, also.
Some of these Google tricks don't work on my iPad as they do on my iMac?
Yes, I'm sure some of them, particularly the Doodles, require a computer.
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.
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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.
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.
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?