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Follow the Link and instructions.Some of them are funny and some of them help you search in Totalitarian States like China bypassing Firewalls.
Google Search Engine is the Best Search engine.You have can have lots of fun with Google Search.Read my previous Post about Top 13 Different Styles of Google Search pages and
Fun With Google Image Search and in this current post you can find additional Google Fun Stuff.
Google Search Fun Trick 1:
Just write it in google searchbar & “click i’m feeling lucky”
Here are the words:
2. google 133t
3. google gothic
4. google bsd
5. google ester egg
7. google linux
8. ewmew fudd
10. answer to life, the universe and everything
(And then Press search web)
Google Search Fun Trick 2:
- Go to google then write “google gothic” and click i’m feeling lucky
- Go to google then type “google easter egg” and click i’m feeling lucky
Google Search Fun Trick 3:
Go to the below Link.you can find Google timeline
I was surprised when one of my friend put his facebook status that we cannot use I’m feeling lucky button anymore as Google Instant starts giving instant results and thus we cannot use it and it makes the I’m feeling lucky button useless. Well its not true (not entirely).
If you want to use it on instant search then when it starts giving the instant results just hover your mouse pointer over the results. Here at the right hand side you can see the option of I’m feeling lucky. The pic below makes it clear what I’m trying to say.
We need not look farther.
Look at Science.
To-day Technology is ruling, with very little development on the theoretical side of.say,Physics,Chemistry and the like.
The only way to advance knowledge is to explore new frontiers in Basic theory which would make the present Technology redundant and usher in new vistas .
Coding as a skill is becoming a casualty of efficiency, which is a beautiful thing. Coding is a means to an end, and if new methods are developed that enable us normal folks to achieve comparable results, then that’s a win in my book.
To a certain extent this is already happening, albeit to a less romantic degree. Take Google App Engine for instance. Instead of needing to set up whole server infrastructures, you just upload a simple web app and Google handles everything else, from load-balancing to scaling. Many companies don’t even go that far. A Facebook Page, with its built-in tools to distribute content, advertise, promote and engage with an audience, is often all you need.
Beyond the purely technical realm, services and layers are appearing to make aesthetic skills more and more redundant as well. Enterprise software company Cloudera used 99designs, which recently scored $25 million in funding, to crowdsource its logo on the cheap. And apps like Instagram and Retro Camera that allow users with little “skill” to take brilliant photographs.
Eventually, you won’t need to have any technical knowledge in a world increasingly defined by technology.
Rather, the only thing you will need to have is an idea, and having good ones will be the only meaningful thing setting you apart from others. I like to think of it as the triumph of creativity over learned skill — a change that some believe has ramifications for formal education as well.
The only remaining question is: Where are your ideas going to bubble up from?
Revert to an earlier version. If you’re sharing access to a document in Google spreadsheets, you might want to go back to an earlier version before someone made changes. The program makes that simple. Click on File and then revision history to make changes.
- Chat while editing. Because Google has many integrated features, you can chat with your classmates, research subjects or professors while you chart data.
- Insert a formula. Formulas can make you life a whole lot easier, allowing you to perform functions on a cell or a group of cells to better organize and analyze your data.
- Spice it up with gadgets. Why stick with a boring old spreadsheet when you can spice things up with some gadgets? Try out a few to make your data much more visually appealing.
- Track your finances. If your spreadsheet is related to the stock market, then Google makes things pretty simple by integrating Google Finance with Google Spreadsheets.
- Google search inside a spreadsheet. Think of a question while you’re working on your spreadsheet? Get answers without ever leaving it with a feature that lets you use Google search right within your document.
- Color code it. If you want to better organize your data, colors can be a big help. With Google Spreadsheets, it’s simple to color code and highlight just about anything you want. If you want to get fancy, you can have these colors automatically change within a given set of guidelines.
- Track changes. Whether you’re working with a group or on your own, it can be useful to track your changes as you go. You can see them in a list or receive emails each time a change is made.
- Essential for working with Google Spreadsheets.
- Ctrl+A: Hit these keys and you’ll select all the data in your spreadsheet.
- Ctrl+S: While Google Spreadsheets has an autosave function, you’ll still want to save using this shortcut as well.
- Ctrl+Shift+S: If you need more than one copy of your spreadsheet, this combination of keys will let you easily make a duplicate.
- Ctrl+O: To get started with work, use this shortcut to open an existing document.
- Ctrl+P: Sometimes you just need a hard copy to look at. Hit these keys to print one.
- Ctrl+N: Start a new project by using this shortcut which brings up a new document.
- Ctrl+Z: Made a mistake? No problem, simply undo the changes using these keys.
- Ctrl+Y: Want to undo that undo? Hit control and Y to redo any action again.
When you’re done with your work, hit control and the W key to close the document.
- These tools will help you do everything from learning how to finance your education to getting the best deals on the books for your classes.
- Mobile Editing.
- Google has enabled many of the same mobile editing capabilities in Google Docs, for Google Spreadsheets.
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