"You Two! We're at the end of the universe, eh. Right at the edge of knowledge itself. And you're busy… blogging!" — The Doctor, Utopia
A while back I mentioned Paste & Go in Firefox. Chrome does something a little bit different. In this case try copying some text, and then right-clicking into Chrome’s OmniBox (a.k.a. address bar) and select “Paste and search”.
Need to find a previous Google Doodle or think you have a great one to contribute? Just head on over to the Doodles page where you’ll find a complete searchable and browseable archive, a history of Google Doodles, and a link to submit one of your own.
Many people know that CTRL-F allows you to keyword search a Web page is all browsers, but did you know that Firefox has a way to keyword just the links in a Web page? Instead of CTRL-F, type the apostrophe (‘) key and the Quick Find (links only) field will appear at the bottom of […]
I’ve installed this as a screensaver on my laptop and it is interesting to watch
Google has added a new images type to their image search results. Just head on over to images.google.com and do a search. On the results screen click “search tools” then select “any type” and change it to “animated.” All of the results should then be animated GIFs. However, you won’t see the animation until you […]