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Date: 2008-11-12
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Introduction to Internet Searching: Google Preferences
Video 2 covers Google's language tools
In this video training series, host Patrick Crispen covers Google's Preferences on the Google Home page. The Preferences page enables you to change the interface language, turn on safe surf, choose the number of results that appear, and choose to open a new browser window when you click on a link in a search page.

MacSpeech Dictate: I say it here, it comes out there
Three ways for your computer to get it "WRITE"
MacSpeech Dictate version 1.2 is the latest software build that allows you to dictate directly into your Mac with impressive accuracy. So, with limited editorial, I will attempt to write this entire article using only MacSpeech Dictate, using the keyboard as little as possible. I'm speaking this right now...

The Evolution of Online Advertising Technology
More Targeting, Less Privacy (Part Two)
Even with the cookie-type behavioral advertising technology, there was a way for users to prevent these ads from targeting them. They could set their machines not to accept any cookies at all by setting their browser security setting to high. This solved the privacy issue, although many websites would (intentionally or not) render improperly with this setting on.

Content Insider #111 - Cloud Computing
Netbooks, Cloud Computing - Work, Play Without Boundaries
Netbooks. They are the neat little items that fit comfortably between workhorse notebooks and small, convenient iPhone/Blackberry units. They've got it all--instant on, lightweight, no software updates, long battery life, little bitty solid state drives, cheap cost! Sounds great. Works-- less so!

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.


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