I keep getting the same spam website showign over and over in my Google search results for some search terms, and there are also some websites that I just don't want to see the reuslts of but always come up (looking at you Whitepages.com, mylife.com & ancestry.com! ), is there some way to filter these out so they never show in my search results? I'd be forever grateful!!
Hello everyone, I'm using Google Analytics on my blog but can't find any reports in my stats showing my visitor's IP's anywhere, is there some way to view them?
Google has always had and continues to secretly add all of these cool little tricks, Easter Eggs and Doohickies. The latest is "Google Gravity". I don't want to ruin it for anyone by describing it, it's much more fun to see it firsthand, so just follow these quick and easy steps and have fun playing!
Go to Google, type in 'Google Gravity'
Click on the 1st result that appears i.e. Google Gravity
I chose my Android Market name very quick originally just to get it out of the way, but now I want to change it to another name. I don't see how to do this though, can anyone tell me if and how this can be done? It would be very appreciated.
Have you ever started off investigating one topic and it takes you in a different direction? Well that is what happened here. I started off investigating a rumor that Google is in the works of cranking out a social website called "Google Me" I read about it on VentureBeat where they talk about how Google plans to go against Facebook.
Who needs limewire when you have google. It's really very easy to search and find music online. Go to google.com and in the search area put in this:
intitle:index.of mp3 <put song here>
Have you ever wanted a certain ebook and couldn't find it? Well its basically all in the way you search. First go to Google then in the search put this:
intitle:index.of chm|pdf <book name here>
Need a calculator but cant find it on your computer? No problem just google the problem. Check it out try seaching 8+2*2 and see what you get
I thought this was intresting but I never tried it (found it here: Click)
Access restricted web sites using Google language tools service as a proxy.
A little tutorial found on inspired me for this hack. That tutorial suggests to translate a web page, using Google Translator, to access it even if restricted. It worked fine but something else was needed... why translate?