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Better Searching on Google

One of the keys to being a successful technologist is being able to search for information. Google has a lot of operators, and I ran across this list of terms, thanks to Kevin Kline.

It’s on the GoogleGuide site and lists and defines the operators. I’d encourage you to play with them and practice using them. I use the “site:” operator often, and it’s helped me shortcut searches and reduce noise.

I haven’t looked for the terms on other search engines, but I’m sure there are similar (if not the same) operators.

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