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Search Googles' algorithm

UPDATED ACCORDING TO YOU 25 May, 2014
What Link Opens in New Window > other people are searching for, compliments, metacrawler.com

Search Engines
Link Opens in New Window > worldwide

Directories
(Research / Reference)

Networking

NEMBERS : select what you wish to Key Coding

Link Opens in New Window > Which search to use ?
This wizard may help,
but, it's mostly for fun
Link Opens in New Window > Archive.org is a place where you can retrieve archived websites / files / documents, etc. Link Opens in New Window > Complete AND allWhois
- you guessed it, Whois info.
(dns "ownership" lookup tools) and more
Link Opens in New Window > Audio
(mp3, wav, etc.) search by AltaVista (tips for best results)
Link Opens in New Window > Online Conversion " Convert just about anything to anything else " Link Opens in New Window > SamSpade.org - website (dns) "ownership" lookup tools and way more.
Link Opens in New Window > Image
(photos, graphics, etc.) search by AltaVista
Link Opens in New Window > Refdesk AND Link Opens in New Window > itools-
major listing of reference/research tools (dictionary, thesaurus, news, do-it-yourself, etc.) - also...
Link Opens in New Window > Verify E-Mail Address
- to see if an e-mail address is currently valid. (notes)
Link Opens in New Window > Yahoo Advanced Search Options (also good for searching within a specific site)

Maps and Mapping
USE Link Opens in New Window > GOOGLES MAP
is way cool

Link Opens in New Window > Network calculators - for techies and system admins

Link Opens in New Window > Google is best when you want to search with
boolean operators
(" " / AND / OR, etc etc)

Michelin
Link Opens in New Window > World Wide Mapping

Link Opens in New Window > Lookup ip numbers
thru Arin.net

USE GOOGLES Link Opens in New Window > LOCAL to LOCAL
Link Opens in New Window > Bible Search - when you want to find it in the Bible. (Also, images/maps, and more.)

National Geographic
Link Opens in New Window > Interactive Mapping

tell the D.i.L your
NETWORK REFERENCEs'

Link Opens in New Window > Business.com - find out if a company you know of has a website (international)

Expedia
Link Opens in New Window >Place Finder

LEARN the NETWORKS
Link Opens in New Window > livinginternet.com
LEARN the technology

What Link Opens in New Window > other people are searching for, compliments, metacrawler.com

okay,
SAY SOMETHING or DO SOMETHING
with your time,
but, you must do nothing first...

  • When you accomplish this (and you will),
    it is suggested you start by doing some
    things that you were thinking of when you
    were doing NOTHING :)

  • This page and other Nembers will make sure
    you get answered ! see operator

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NEMBERS
THAT'S RIGHT
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global and local levels

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  • AltaVista's Link Opens in New Window > Audio Search Tips

  • This is a good search tool to use when you don't want to download a program
    (like Link Opens in New Window > Xolox, Link Opens in New Window > Kazaa, Link Opens in New Window > iMesh, etc.)
    to find songs and/or sounds.
    From personal experience, here's a few tips for getting the best results:

  • You'll have the best luck finding well-known songs by well-known artists,
    but sometimes you can find uncommon songs - just try it.

  • To accurately get the song you want, search by the Artist's Name,
    rather than the song name. 
    (Search for 'Madonna,' rather than 'American Pie.')
    If you don't know the artist's name, do a "backwards search" via song lyrics' search sites,
    like Link Opens in New Window > letssingit.com, where you can search by song name or lyrics to give you the artist's name.
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  • Link Opens in New Window > Refdesk lists a lot (maybe too much at times), so for quick reference, try Link Opens in New Window > iTools.com

  • A good dictionary not listed on Refdesk is Link Opens in New Window > Allwords - gives the definition, audio clip of pronunciation, and translates the word into Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish!
    And also Link Opens in New Window > Rhymezone - for a words' rhymes, synonyms, definitions, and more.  Also, Shakespeare, quotations...
    just a cool site!

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  • Why would you ever need this? 

  • Perhaps you're on a Link Opens in New Window > public terminal, and you don't have time to wait to see if your message will bounce back (after spending 1/2 hour writing the message!)

  • Or maybe to double-check that an e-mail address is invalid before deleting it from your address book.

  • And, hey, if you find out that an e-mail address is valid, but your friend isn't writing you back, send them an e-card with a read-receipt option, via sites like Link Opens in New Window > cardblast or Link Opens in New Window > all-yours.net (this site also allows you to use your own picture or music).  The e-card site will send you a confirmation when the card has been picked up - that way you'll know whether or not your friend is even checking their e-mail!

 

BOOLEAN OPERATORS GUIDE > best internet search trick use >*.*<
to cue ALL RESULTS within a database file system (if its not disabled for wildcards)
>  play with I.T. ok like this.    *.* +Madonna  will find everything madonna na na na naa

For example, if you type in
(the boolean operator is red):

The search engine should find documents containing:

LIKE THIS \/

OR...

OR...

 

internet AND locator

+internet +locator

 

all the words: internet, locator

direct AND internet AND locator

+direct +internet +locator

 

all the words: direct, internet, locator

internet OR locator

 

 

any of the words: internet, locator

direct OR internet OR locator

 

 

any of the words: direct, internet, locator

locator NOT internet

locator AND NOT internet

+locator -internet

only the word locator and not the word internet

dog NEAR fleas

 

 

something like: "If your dog scratches himself a lot, he might have fleas."   (explanation and example at Link Opens in New Window > this site.)

"working online"

 

 

the exact phrase: "working online"

More about boolean operators online:
Simple explanations and examples of boolean operators Link Opens in New Window > here
In-depth explanations and more boolean operators Link Opens in New Window > here

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