Friday, June 24, 2011
In the June issue of Trial magazine, attorney Dan Siegel argues that most people could get better and faster research results from Google if they knew more about how to tap into its potential:
Although Google is widely used, it isn't necessarily used well. When looking for something on the Web, most searchers rarely do more than type a brief query (a word or short phrase) into the search box on the main Google page. But you can obtain better, more tailored results by tweaking your queries just a little.
In the article he offers a list of favorite search shortcuts. This article is well worth saving.