This is a brand new search feature in Google. It is in Beta. Beta means it is very new and they want you to test it out. So, test Google Scholar. I put in baby boomer, and also searched on blogging. Very interesting. Give it a try.
There you are sitting at your computer at 1:19 pm in New York City. But oh my you need help resizing your picture. You decide at that moment to call your friend in Washington State to help you while your brain cells are still alive. But then you stop and wonder will you be waking her up? You know how she gets if it is too early.
You don’t have a fancy watch on your arm and you haven’t figured out all the features on your cell phone yet. So you go to Google and type in Time Washington State in the search box.
There it appears the exact time it is in Washington State which is 10:19 am. You breath a sigh of relief because by then she has had at least 2 cups of coffee and ready for any question you may have.
Ah, another Google Goodie helps you to get the job done.
Google.org is probably one of the most useful and dynamic part of Google. It is where you see what some of Google’s vision and what they are doing with their money.
Why is this organization’s efforts important to Baby Boomer bloggers? Continue reading
I just found a really cool PowerPoint on advertising to babyboomers.
HOW DID I FIND IT?
I am so glad you asked. Here is what I did:
- I went to Google search
- I keyed in baby boomer:ppt (Note that I could have used pptx if I wanted to search for PowerPoint presentations in Microsoft 2007.)
Here is the formula: Phraseor word I want to see in PowerPoint slides :ppt or pptx
Why is this Google Goodie a Goodie?
Another great question. If I am plainning a presentation I can research the current Powerpoints created on a specific topic area.
So, give it a try. And you want to see and hear the PowerPoint presentation on Advertising to Baby Boomers.
Do you have an idea you want to patent. Want to know if someone has the same idea and submitted a patent? Ever wondered what patents are out there for blogs?
Ok, if you want to see this Google Goodie just go to Google Patents. Do a search on a term and be very surprised at what you will see. It is a lot!
Go ahead and check it out.