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Google Search Tutorial Infographic

The infographic linked below is a Google Search Tutorial. Improve Your Google Search Skills [Infographic] – How-To Geek via kwout

Google+ Invitations

Just click on this link to join Google+. 

Sometime we just want to save a post from our timeline to read it later or to archive it. The tip described after the jump does the trick smoothly. How To: Save Posts For Later on Google Plus | Plus Weekly via kwout

Google cloud print

I just came accross (Via Twitter) this new service provided by Google: Google cloud print. I will test soon for sure. Connect a printer to Google Cloud Print via kwout

There is a Web Search issue

I totaly agree with this analysis published by TechCunch: It became almost impossible to search the Web without spam and marketing.Even GiveMeBackMyGoogle service is not sufficient to remove the spam. For sure I will give Blekko a try. blekko | slashtag search via kwout  

Google Phone Gallery lists the all the Google phones by country. The site provides the phones’ specifications and offer the ability to compare them.  And for some of them there are links to buy them from the local operators. Google Phone Gallery via kwout

At last Google started to offer HTTPS communication for search reqest: Official Google Blog: Search more securely with encrypted Google web search Google via kwout But this doesn’t guaranty against Google’s own privacy invasion. An alternative is to use ixquick: Ixquick Search Engine via kwout Their privacy page is very interesting: Ixquick Protects Your Privacy […]

I wanted to  read this page [译文]程序员能力矩阵 Programmer Competency Matrix that is mainly in Chinese. So I use Google translate service to translate from Chinese to English. And the result seems to be good (I mean for an automated translation): From the Chinese: [译文]程序员能力矩阵 Programmer Competency Matrix via kwout We get in English:

A single chart summarizing the product offers of  Google , Microsoft, Apple and Yahoo: A Big-Picture Look at Google, Microsoft, Apple and Yahoo – Bits Blog – NYTimes.com via kwout Found via acessoweb

Become a Gmail Ninja

Google published a great list of Gmail tips in the Gmail help pages: Gmail: Tips via kwout I personally like this one: Add “(EOM)” to the subject of one-liner messages. If you ever want to send a quick note where the subject is the entire message (like “Want to grab lunch at 12:30?”), but are […]