A mysterious appearing browser program, a disappearing search engine. Are they related? Continue reading
We clear up the difference between browsers and search engines. Continue reading
Microsoft has launched a flat-out attack against Google with their “Scroogled” campaign, designed to point out what the company calls serious flaws in Google’s privacy policies. Previously they’ve attacked Google Shopping and now the target is Gmail. Continue reading
When I search on any engine I get everything except what I want. How about telling your fans how to just get what they are looking for and not a bunch of stuff they are not. Thanks, Chuck. Chuck, I can’t promise you’ll find just what you’re looking for, but there are a few tips to make searching productive. Continue reading
Okay. About the Back button.
I use it as much as the next person, it’s no big deal. I forget to write something that was on a previous page and need to go Back, I need to check something on a previous page and need to go Back, I
Microsoft’s Bing search engine has made a name for itself on the Internet, not only by being one of the most used Internet searches, but also by being one of the prettiest. It seems that every time I navigate over, there’s always some new and Interesting background image for me to gawk at.
But maybe you don’t want a background image