Press Release: March 22, 2006
Google: The Missing Manual, Second Edition: Google Like an Expert
Sebastopol, CA-- Google handles more than 250 million web searches per day, and millions of people worldwide use the reigning search champ to find everything from apple pie recipes to high school sweethearts to Latvian bus schedules. But whether users are new to Google or are already many-times-a-day "Googlers," most people barely scratch the surface of what's possible with the world's best search engine.
Google: The Missing Manual, Second Edition (Milstein, Biersdorfer, and MacDonald, O'Reilly, US $24.99) is fully updated and greatly expanded to include the most up-to-date, ingenious ways to use Google to uncover the diamonds of information on the Web.
In this wise and witty guide, authors Sarah Milstein, J. D. Biersdorfer, and Matthew MacDonald have readers looking (and clicking) well beyond the "Google Search" button to find things smarter and faster; understanding and using things like the "Cached" and "Similar pages" links; and exploiting little-known but wicked cool features such as Google Answers and the timesaving Google Toolbar. Readers will even learn that Google can function as a calculator, dictionary, package tracker, and more.
Google: The Missing Manual, Second Edition includes all sorts of secrets for harnessing the Web's power, including:
With the straightforward tutorials, tips, and tools in Google: The Missing Manual, Second Edition, anyone can become a Google guru.
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