Buried deep on the Internet is ...
... Google Tricks. I've already found two tricks that have been incredibly helpful ... one for YouTube and the other for Gmail. Check out Google Tricks and find some gems.
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This add-on to your Google Chrome browser will instantly bring masterpieces to your screen. Visit hundreds of incredible museums from the comfort of your home/office.
For more amazing apps, check out Buried Treasures of the Web.
Bing is the bomb
Since I am an Samsung Android user (and lovin' it), I am a little late to the party on this one. Microsoft just made a major update to its Bing search product. iPhone users received this update last year. If you have not placed Bing on your main page, I recommend you do so.
In one location, it is beautifully integrated with many useful applications ... Maps, Gasbuddy, Yelp, movies, weather, restaurants, OpenTable, and much more. You can read more here. Or better yet, download it and play around with its features.
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Would you like to live a long life?
The solution: Move!
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Google Gesture Search
Android users ... this is one of the most useful apps I've downloaded in a long time. With a flip of the finger, it instantly searches your phone and finds "stuff". I have found it most useful for finding people in my contact file.
For more amazing apps, purchase a copy of Buried Treasures of the Web today.
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John Glenn explored outerspace & I explore cyberspace.
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