Sometimes our Google searches get cluttered up with results we know we don't want, but Apartment Therapy Tech pinpointed a simple solution for that: prepend the search term you want to exclude with a dash.
Google recently updated their search results format, again moving the link for cached page access somewhere else. Now it hides in a convenient menu next to the page's URL. Just click it and you can select the cache page, share the link, and find similar results.
This week on the podcast we're talking with Trevor O'Brien, product manager at YouTube, to answer your burning YouTube-related questions and learn some search secrets. We're also discussing Google's tools to help your plan your digital afterlife, blocking porn on your Android, and the difference between all those…
It's easy to find popular products, but sometimes you want something different than the mainstream option. Finding a good alternative isn't always easy, but Redditor wellnhoferia found a simple trick for discovering popular alternative products: Google autocomplete.
Creative blocks are extremely frustrating. They come when you're excited to produce something awesome but can't manage to find the necessary inspiration to do so. When you get stuck, image searches can come to the rescue and save you from creative stagnation—you just need to take the right approach.