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Google Search Wonder Wheel
- Google Search or Google Web Search is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. and is the most-used search engine on the Web. Google receives several hundred million queries each day through its various services.
- (Wonder Wheels) Wonder Wheels was a five-minute cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions which was originally broadcast as a segment on the CBS Saturday morning package program The Skatebirds (1977-78).
- The Google wonder wheel is graphical way to explore topics by clicking on related searches that go deeper into the subject of the main query. It is available on the left hand side of the results page.
- Coney Island is a peninsula, formerly an island, in southernmost Brooklyn, New York City, USA, with a beach on the Atlantic Ocean.
google search wonder wheel - Your Guide
Your Guide to Google Web Search: Find the Information You Need on the Internet
Finding the right information on the Web becomes more and more difficult due to the astronomical and ever-increasing number of Web pages. Google Web Search is in general an excellent help to find relevant and popular Web pages. However, due to Google's ranking system, popular Web pages sometimes outperform the relevant pages you are looking for. As a result, the pages you need are forced down to the bottom of the search results list, where you most likely don't notice them.
In this guide, you learn how to increase the rank of the relevant pages and get them to the top of the search results list. Among other things, you learn how to:
Write simple, but effective queries that find the relevant pages among the billions of documents on the Web
Use search filters and other search tools to increase the proportion of relevant results among the top 20 results
Combine the various techniques to effective search practices that you can use for both everyday information need and for highly specialized search tasks
The book offers the most comprehensive description of Google Web Search available. It describes all Google Web Search features and tools in full details. It is completely up to date and includes detailed discussions of the new search features, which were introduced in 2009 and early 2010 (up to April 1). All critical steps are illustrated with precise screenshots, and the Web search techniques described are illustrated with realistic examples. The book is based on the Google US search page. It is intended for international readers and written in a simple non-technical language.
If you are new to Google Web Search, the book is best read from cover to cover. If you already have some routine in using Google Web Search, you can start anywhere in the book and read the sections of interest to you. A comprehensive table of contents, extensive cross-referencing, and a detailed index also make the book suitable as a reference. The book is supported by a Web site.
Easy Rider as establishment propaganda
It had been 20 years since I had seen "Easy Rider", and my viewing of it recently made me question some long-held assumptions that I, and most others have had. First, lemme say that it is still a great movie--a classic road tale and best-buddy tale, with incredible scenary and music and some of the best lines ever (all by Jack Nicholson). Everyone seems to plug "Easy Rider" as a "counter-culture" classic; a Google search showed that High Times magazine readers voted it the top "drug movie" of all time. But... the best type of propaganda is that whose surface details are directly opposite the generative, underlying message, and I am wondering if that is not true with this movie. I have no idea what Hopper, Fonda, and Southern's underlying motives or intents were... but let's re-examine the assumption that Easy Rider is anti-establishment. A story's underlying moral imperative can be implied by its characters' narrative arches. In this case, our two anti-heros, Wyatt and Billy, seek to buck the culture, but end up dead. Jack Nicholson's character George, is an insuferrable drunk who has survived--until he hooks up with Wyatt and Billy, and then he get's killed by a machete. Cool. The anti-heroes are not doing something morally but alternatively attractive; no, they got money from selling cocaine and are using it to go to New Orleans to party. The film is sold as being "pro-drug", but wait... The drug users in the film end up dead (or as prostitutes); they spend their LSD-trip in a graveyard; and Wyatt's giggling and stumbling around is so over-the-top it borders on absurd. Wow, looks fun to me! The commune is not portrayed very positively, to say the least.... the leader is for-all-intents polygamous... their "bath" consists of a face-full of water from a bucket, and a quick splash to their (clothed) underarms... they get to sleep with a goat in the house (wouldn't the snoring already be bad enough, you wanna add a goat?)... they get to throw seeds on top of dust--this is not inspired, this is stupid... they sing silly old folk songs that everyone hates and have to live with a mime troupe (could you imagine a worse fate!). I'm sorry, but how exactly is this attractive? And in the end, they pick on Wyatt, showing that even they are as narrow-minded as the latter attackers. Yes, the attackers are portayed as "narrow-minded hicks"... but they're also "cool" enough to admire the bikers' wheels, and in the end, do they get caught or punished? No... One could say that the story line itself is secondary to the music soundtrack. In college, I heard the soundtrack long before I saw the movie, and it is a great collection of songs. But that just brings us back to movie-as-selling-products... Establishment propaganda or not? View with open eyes... Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim with Kodak Elitechrome EBX 35mm ISO100 slide film cross-processed as a color negative. No other effects added. Development by Tempe Camera. Eleventh shot posted from roll. (Explore)
Day 295: Googly
Google Wonder Wheel, Search, Timeline, Books, Advanced Search, Image Swirl, News Canada, Search Stories, City Tours, New Products...all things Google that I learned more about today at the OTF CUE PD Google workshop in Toronto. Bonus: got to meet a bunch of fellow tweeps f2f. I am a nerd and I love it! (see yesterday's photo!)
google search wonder wheel
Behind Google's deceptively simple interface is immense power for both market and competitive research—if you know how to use it well. Sure, basic searches are easy, but complex searches require specialized skills. This concise book takes you through the full range of Google's powerful search-refinement features, so you can quickly find the specific information you need. Learn techniques ranging from simple Boolean logic to URL parameters and other advanced tools, and see how they're applied to real-world market research examples.
Incorporate advanced search operators such as filetype:, intitle:, daterange:, and others into your queries
Use Google filtering tools, including Search Within Results, Similar Pages, and SafeSearch, among others
Explore the breadth of Google through auxiliary search services like Google News, Google Books, Google Blog Search, and Google Scholar
Acquire advanced Google skills that result in more effective search engine optimization (SEO)