Advanced advanced Google search

David Weinberger

The first return at Google for the query “google advanced search” takes you to a form where you can construct a more finicky search than normal. The Google help page for advanced search has some interesting operators, but not what I need. Limiting my exploration to Google.com (advanced search site:google.com) I could find no explanation of how to do this. The post Advanced advanced Google search appeared first on Joho the Blog

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[internet librarian] Search tools

David Weinberger

Gary Price from Infodocket is moderating a panel on what’s new in search. NOTE: Live-blogging. The first speaker is from Blekko.com , which he says “is thought of as the third search engine” in the US market. “You don’t want your health information to come from some blog.” ” When you search for “kate spade” you get authenticated Kate Spade fashion stuff. I couldn't hear the Q&A well enough to blog it

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Grimmelman non search neutrality

David Weinberger

James Grimmelmann, whose writing on the Google Books settlement I’ve found helpful, has written an article about the incoherence of the concept of “search neutrality&# — “the idea that search engines should be legally required to exercise some form of even-handed treatment of the websites they rank. &# (He blogs about it here.)

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Searching The "Small Here"

Steven Berlin Johnson

Search doesn't yet reflect those shifting definitions of where we are, the true radius of our interest. Yes, you can search a map at Google or Bing or on your iPhone--along with a thousand other directory sites. In fact, that kind of query is so dominant that it has become the standard definition of "local search."If If you're doing local search, you're looking for a dentist or a car mechanic. contains two search fields: "what" and "where."

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Google Blog Search Problems

Tony Karrer

I rely pretty heavily on Google Blog Search to help me find people who are citing blog posts of mine so that I can see that kind of conversation. Unfortunately, it looks like Google Blog Search has decided that they will now include the entire contents of the web page rather than just the contents of the RSS feed. What this means is that I now get links to every post where the author includes my blog in their blog roll.

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Conversation Searches

Tony Karrer

What are Conversation Searches? During those presentations, I'll mention what are sometimes called "vanity searches." These searches look for any mention of your name, company, URLs across blogs and other sites. For me, these searches primarily allow me to see what people are saying in response to something that I've put out there. Typically, these responses come via blogs and twitter. In Twitter Search, I look for my name, site names, and tags.

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The REAL real time search

Doc Searls

Blog search is mighty thin in Wikipedia. While “real time&# is heating up as a topic, real time search seems to have fallen off the radar of everybody other than itself. It begins, Web search, real-time search and social search. Hey, why not the search engines that have been looking at real time for the duration? Here’s IceRocket on real time search as a string. You get blogs, Twitter, video, news and images.

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Google Blog Search Fix Coming

Tony Karrer

As I reported in Google Blog Search Problems , Google seems to have included the full text of blog pages (including blog rolls) in their blog search. According to Jeremy Hylton of the Google Blog Search team , they now index the full content of the page. This means that not only do they index the full post even if the blog publishes a partial feed, but it means that they index the non-post parts of the pages as well.

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stevenberlinjohnson.com: Radical New Innovation at Outside.in: Search!

Steven Berlin Johnson

» Radical New Innovation at Outside.in: Search! Forgot to mention that we finally restored search to outside.in. We had a pretty lame search function in the original iteration of the site, which we decided to just kill off because it wasnt very useful (and, perhaps because it wasnt useful, no one was using it.) But we decided a few weeks ago to do a little mod of Google site search, which turns out to work very well.

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Musing on Google’s Power Searching Course and marketing

Jay Cross

Today I completed Google’s Power Searching Course. Do I know any more about search than I did ten days ago? You can narrow a search by date. Previously I approached Google searches much like looking something up in an encyclopedia or dictionary. After the course, I treat search more as an iterative process. A pre-search can inform the real search. Or after the first search, I can add to the query to zoom in on what I’m after.

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[liveblog][act-tiac] A federal portal in the age of search?

David Weinberger

“In a world where everyone can search and has apps, is a web portal relevant?,” NOTE: Live-blogging. Now people arrive through search. Someone has a general idea, but not informed enough to search. Sarah Crane , Dir., Federal Citizen Information Center, GSA., is going to talk about USA.gov. ” she asks. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artificial choppiness. Over-emphasizing small matters. Paraphrasing badly.

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Twitter as Search Engine or Community Seed

Nancy White

The folks over at BrandonHall, the learning folks who blog lots of interesting links, pointed out a value of Twitter that not all of us may have seen yet. Twitter as a search engine. But I never really conceptualized it as search. First, I searched for something for me. But you have to have a question in mind to make the search meaningful beyond curiosity. I am not quite as clear about how searching Twitter as a one-off search can pay off.

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Top Ten Subliminal Searches

Tony Karrer

As I mentioned before more than half of the traffic to my blog comes from search engines. What's sometimes fun to do is take a look at various search terms that people use to find my blog. This morning I had a really good chuckle because I saw that the search: top 10 reasons not to do your homework Put me in position number 2 on Google (at least on the servers in the US that I used). Or if there's some hidden meaning that I somehow get found for these searches.

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Content Search Use Cases

Tony Karrer

Ray Sims has been doing great stuff on his blog. A recent example - Content Search: Use Cases - which explores some of the different ways we search for things and helps us think about when Google might be a good answer and when it's likely not He does a great job of breaking down topics into smaller pieces.

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Rapid eLearning Search [Stupid Google Results]

Tony Karrer

I did a search for rapid eLearning and the following is a screen shot showing the results with arrows added for one that I really don’t understand. It’s NOT because of personalized search. Subscribe to the Best of eLearning Learning for updates from this blog and other eLearning blogs This is stupid but struck me funny. There have to be all sorts of great jokes about what this implies about Rapid eLearning, Articulate, etc. By the way, I had logged out at the time.

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Search Inside Yourself with Chade-Meng Tan

Dan Pink

” As part of that mission, he developed a personal growth curriculum at Google called “Search Inside Yourself.” How did the Search Inside Yourself program come about? The main motivation for creating the Search Inside Yourself program is to create the conditions for world peace. I think the main distinguishing feature of Search Inside Yourself is its emphasis on training core emotional skills. Chade-Meng Tan is an amazing guy.

Where Do Blog Post Ideas Come From?

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Someone asked me by email, do you have any advice on how to come up with blog post ideas? The main thing is to be aware of them as possible connections, and when looking at one thing (say, a blog post) to keep other things in the back of your mind, always looking for these connections. I don't always create a blog post; I would be very boring if I did nothing other than blog. Take two blog posts and apply the critical literacies to them, and draw the connections.

Doc Searls Weblog · Getting out of Live Search hell

Doc Searls

Doc Searls Weblog Home About Subscribe to feed ‹ Missing… • Burma save › Getting out of Live Search hell October 22, 2007 in problems | 6 comments Live.com used to have a great map search that yielded very nice 3-d images of the landscape — much better than what you’d get with Google Maps. But afterwards her PC ran slower, and now insists on trying to run Live Search, no matter what, when she runs Internet Explorer.

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6 Use Cases for Enterprise Micro-Blogging

Dan Pontefract

You're reading fresh content from Dan Pontefract at Brave New Org: As I’ve said before , micro-blogging inside an organization could be coined the ‘ liquid knowledge network ‘ There is so much to like about it. The following 6 use cases are intended for nascent users who might not fully appreciate the myriad benefits to micro-blogging inside an organization. micro-blogging. Recognition via micro-blogging could also help overall employee engagement.

The evolution of search will refine the spectrum of quality in media

Trends in the Living Networks

Search is not getting better, or it certainly seems that way. In the evolutionary battle between search engines and search engine marketers, the search engines are not keeping ahead, and crap content is finding its way into the top of search results. This makes search users unhappy, opens the way for alternatives to the dominant player in the Western world, AKA Google. In the context of search, if people find what they are looking for, it is high quality.

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Tags, Search Effectiveness, Personal Benefits

Tony Karrer

From Bill Ives - Where Tagging Works and Where Tagging Doesn’t Work – Search Engine Lowdown I guess I tend to agree with Danny Sulliivan about the tagging and search but that is not the original intention of tagging. If I want to search on a key word, I will still go to Google as the most efficient way. Interesting, Bill points to a search on Google for "Web 2.0"

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Why Blogging Still Matters

Luis Suarez

It’s been a little while since the last time that I had a chance to write another post over here in this blog, so I guess it’s now time for another experiment then. No, I know what you may be thinking, but I am not going to stop blogging nor give up on writing for that matter. If I could, I would spend the whole day blogging away like crazy the several hundreds of ideas and drafts I have got in my brain that are rather desperate to come out.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Alternative and Activist Search Engines

Mark Oehlert

wisdom » June 22, 2007 Alternative and Activist Search Engines So a post here lays out what it would be like to live for a day without using Google for searching. The value is that it lists 100+ alternative search engines that you may not even be aware of. This post lays out a number of search sites that will donate a portion of their ad revenues to charity.

Blog Post: The last of human freedoms

David Gurteen

In 1946, he wrote the book Man's Search for Meaning. At the core of Logotherapy is his belief that man's primary motivational force is a search for meaning. By David Gurteen In 1989, I first read Stephen Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and he introduced me to the life and work of Viktor Frankl. Viktor Frankl was an internationally renowned psychiatrist.

Free Sales Tools Reps Can’t Live Without

Xyleme

GetProspect (free version): Email finder and LinkedIn profile locator that enables you to search for up to 100 contacts monthly. Name2Email (free version): A Chrome plugin which enables you to search for any email address, straight from Gmail. Blog Sales

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Twelvetide 20:13 The Baker’s dozen

Dave Snowden

I promised in this final post to talk about pet peeves or things that irritate me and naturally, given my general celebration of curmudgeonly practice (search on our web site and you will find multiple posts) there are many targets. Christmas Blogs Musings Polemic

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This blog is closing…

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

I started this blog when Informal Learning was released, November 10, 2006. Join me at Internet Time Blog. That’s where I’ve blogged for more than a decade and where I engage new thoughts and interactions. Even I was getting confused about which blog to post in. The Internet Time Search box will continue to cover both blogs. Subscribe to Internet Time blog here (Feedburner RSS).

Twlevetide 20:3 Abstraction & codification

Dave Snowden

I talked about the role of Max as a mentor, protagonist, and friend on many an occasion and the blog series he wrote for us is still a treasured document. Do a search on Boisot on our web site and you will have a lot of material to read. Christmas Blogs Reflections

KCUK09 - conference blog 1

Dave Snowden

These days any conference should have power points and free wifi and encourage conference blogging. I missed the morning and arrived just before lunch and survived two vendor presentations that bracketed the event by writing my political blog of earlier today while keeping the odd note here! Tags: conference blogs There used to be three big KM conferences every year. KM World over in Santa Clara and then KM Asia and KM Europe both of which were run by the Ark Group.

Back to Blogging

Doc Searls

So I can get back to all the stuff I’ve neglected in the meantime, including this: blogging. I think it was twelve years ago today that I put up the first post on this blog. Writing in WordPress is more complicated, but my favorite blogging tool is still OPML. Once tweeting came along, a lot of the stuff I once blogged about I began tweeting about instead. For example, you can still find everything I’ve ever blogged. Blogging was live and engaging.

Blogging outlines of public bookmarks

Doc Searls

Building a Blog With Personal Clouds. Google Search Permissions — can take pictures and record audio whenever it wants. Here are some of my open tabs, now closing as I list them here in outline form: Infrastructure. Stories of First Nations building, owning, controlling, accessing local community fibre networks. Google’s Google problem. Google’s spectrum database. Personal Clouds and the Internet of Me and My Things. Cars, Privacy and Personal Clouds.

My first blog post

Euen Semple

I knew I started blogging around this time of year in 2001 but thanks to a server crash in December 2001 I had no record of my first blog post. I had tried various searches on Google and using Devon Agent but with no success but then I remembered that Ev Williams, who started Blogger and now Twitter, had made me a "Blog of Note" on the front page of Blogger in 2002. A search for that got me my old url and The Wayback Machine then came up with the goods.

Mobile Learning: Making Content Available Anytime, Anywhere

Xyleme

Whether searching for just-in-time information or taking a formal learning course, this type of varied mobile interaction isn’t out of the ordinary in today’s workforce. Blog Resources featured blogs introductory contentMobile learning, also called M-learning or mLearning, is any type of content that is developed or consumed on mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, and including anything from podcasts to full eLearning courses.

Blogging the #BlizzardOf2015 in #NYC that wasn’t

Doc Searls

But I didn’t have anything useful to add to what thousands of others were showing, posting, tweeting and blogging. Back during Sandy, I had a lot to blog because important stuff wasn’t being said on media major and minor. Search from Google and Bing, while good in many ways, seems hidebound and stale to me. Here’s a Yahoo (Bing) search. So I search for Scituate on Twitter , which is more helpful, but not fine-grained enough.

3 Simple Ways to Embed Learning in the Flow of Work

Xyleme

Add a search box in the applications learners use every day such as Salesforce or Slack and allow them to easily search your learning library. Xyleme Content Delivery Service (CDS) Search API allows you to embed a Search Box anywhere you want. Searches can be refined by learner attributes such as role or region to filter search results to those most relevant to them. Screen shot of search box in salesforce. Blog Resources Uncategorized

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nigelpaine.com - Blog - Vessel Tracking

Nigel Paine

Blog RSS. It is extraordinary, if you go to vessel tracker.com and down load a tiny piece of software, it allows you to search for any merchant vessel on Google Earth. Links. Articles. Presentations. Photos. Discussions. Guestbook. Contact. Send Email. nigelpaine.com. Leadership. Learning. Technology. Links. Articles. Presentations. Photos. Discussions. Guestbook. Contact. Send Email. Navigation. Links. Articles. Presentations. Photos. Discussions. Guestbook. Contact. Send Email.

Internet Time Blog » Seeing through the crystal ball

Jay Cross

Learning and micro-blogging

Harold Jarche

That may make Twitter, like blogs, best suited for personal learning environments (PLE) in academia, so that learners can use it for several courses and connect to their non-academic networks as well. Blogs allow this asymmetry but social networks like Facebook don’t. Twitter & blogs foster broadening networks. The mechanics of micro-blogging, like blogging, are rather simple. Of course Twitter is now being hyped, much as blogs were a while back.

Development conference blog: Day 2 final

Dave Snowden

I am going to blog on that as a stand alone post, before I forget what I said. Upstream scenarios are important in water governance, Need multi=stake holder tools and also the perspective of toehr stakholders and a value based search for solutions. Tags: conference blogs Following John and Lisa's presentations and the question period I was asked to do an ad hoc keynote on how you tell the difference between complex and complicated systems.

Peer Review vs. Search Engine Places - Quality of Information in a Web 2.0 Sources

Tony Karrer

that discusses whether: scholars would choose (1) to have their work published in the premier journal in their field or (2) to have that work regularly come up on the first screen in an appropriate Google search Having gone through a PhD process and having been in academia for 11 years where you needed to "publish" - this is a really interesting question to me. which comes up first in the Google search of eLearning 2.0. Interesting article from EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 41, no.

Internet Time Blog » Looking for a few good CFOs. In Orlando.

Jay Cross

On promise lost

Doc Searls

I was digging around for links toward a post on Brian Knappenberger ‘s crowdsourced Aaron Swartz documentary, The Internet’s Own Boy , when I learned that Malik Bendjelloul , the documentary filmmaker who won an Oscar last year for Searching for Sugar Man , was also dead — like Aaron, a suicide. Hardly a week goes by that I don’t urge, in the strongest way I can, that people see Searching for Sugar Man.

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stevenberlinjohnson.com: Alexa (and Amazon) Let It All Hang Out

Steven Berlin Johnson

stevenberlinjohnson.com « Hong Kong In Motion | Main | The Kids Are Crazy For Resource Management Strategies » Alexa (and Amazon) Let It All Hang Out Clearly this is a Big Deal : The Alexa Web Search Platform provides public access to the vast web crawl collected by Alexa Internet. Users can search and process billions of documents -- even create their own search engines -- using Alexas search and publication tools. Let a million search engines bloom!

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