Adding New Dimensions to your Search

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Those who search frequently for a living may find their jobs immensely easier by taking advantage of these FREE accessories and tools.

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Phonebook Google
example

phonebook:john smith los angeles ca

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF -8&q=phonebook%3Ajohn+smith+los+angeles+ca&btnG=Go ogle+Search

name city state

you will get all listings plus a Yahoo Map with 10 different views that can each be copied and pasted in WORD to have a one page map as you travel...
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define Google

besides having a "DEFAULT" spellcheck when you put in a misspelled query - you can also get definitions for "terms" and "phrases" as well as individual words.

define:library

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF -8&q=define%3Alibrary&btnG=Google+Search

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Cache Google

Sometimes you badly need to access a page to find it down - Google takes snapshots of it's spidered pages and by typing in the following, you can get the last copied version...

example
cache:www.lisnews.com/

just put
cache:
in front of a URL on Google
( without the http:// with NO spaces)
to search for any Website that may have been Cached

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Google viewer

relax and enjoy a parade of web page results - you can also save it to your favorites and view them "offline"

http://labs1.google.com/cgi-bin/gviewer.cgi?q=

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Google Desktop

without logging on to your the internet browser -
if you just want to do one quick search - download the free Google deskbar.

It stays humbly in the bottom right corner of your window and will bring up and allow you to resize the search screen results...

toolbar.google.com/deskbar"

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