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Date: 2008-10-30
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Introduction to Internet Searching: Tour of Google
A brief history and tips on using
In this video training series, host Patrick Crispen explores the history of Google from its beginning as Backrub, which measured links back to Web pages. He talks about the history of Google since 1998 when it started as Google. Patrick talks about the huge amount of information that is in the Google database, its popularity, and how to search using the Google Search engine, including Google images, Google News, Google Groups, and Google Answers.

Refocused Management Thru The Downturn
Organizations are facing tough times to keep things moving in a positive direction. Management has a huge challenge to keep their firm afloat and profitable. It's an ideal time to take stock of the organization and its resources.

Google Templates Reveal the Real Strength of Google Docs
Templates make it easy to access documents and to also expose users to advanced features.
Google docs have grown from a "ho-hum" solution to a "OK" technology. Recently, Google introduced Templates to Google Docs. Templates are boilerplate solutions that you can use as a starting point. Google's Templates, however, reveal how powerful Google Docs really is.

Leveraging Darwin, a MPEG 4 media server, to deliver content from your Mac Server
Apple's iPhone is here. It is selling in the millions. To deliver content to the phone, the video format mush be in MP4 format. This means Flash and all the others will NOT work. In this article you will find out what you need to deliver video using the Open Source server called Darwin.

Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Essential Training: Spotlight Search Field
Video 2: Spotlight Preferences
In this video training series, host Christopher Breen looks at the Spotlight search field and the times when you need a bit more search. In such a case you are going to want to get a better view, such as going up to the Spotlight search field type in your word and Show All, which produces a Finder-like window, which enables you to do a lot of the same things you can do in the Finder.


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