I am a bit mobile keyboard challenged. While I type like a maniac, I’m what anyone would call a slow texter. I have trouble with tasks others find simple–finding the perfect emoji, as well as basics like copying and pasting. So, for me Gboard is a major keyboard shift. Last week, the Official Google Blog […]
What is my movie is a remarkable search tool that can help those of us with memory issues remember the title of that film we are struggling to remember. Simply type anything you do remember in the search box and What is my movie will try to match your search terms among metadata from field […]
Lately, finding stuff in my Drive has been a lot like finding stuff in my closets. Sure, I’ve created lots of folders to help me. But the problem now is that I have lots of folders. I’ve starred lots of documents too. But the problem is that I’ve starred lots of documents. Sadly, my closets […]
I love searching Twitter. And I love sharing how a Twitter search can dramatically impact student research, by connecting them with experts, encouraging them to develop current awareness, allowing them to listen in on the dialog of a particular field or niche, and, in some cases, enabling them to contribute to the conversation. Learning to […]
Among my recent discoveries in the world of search is Qwant. Launched in January by a French company, the multilingual meta-search, reaches into news, web, video, image and social content sources and allows (optionally) logged-in users to add and share bookmarks, respond to social posts directly from the interface, and maintain topic-specific notebooks. The attractive interface […]
Starting later this year, Bing For Schools will offer schools in the U.S. the option to tailor the Bing experience for K-12 students by removing all advertisements from search results, enhancing privacy protections and the filtering of adult content, and adding specialized learning features to enhance digital literacy.