Google wants you to become a better searcher

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In February, Danielle Russell, Über Tech Lead for Search Quality and User Happiness at Google, gave a Princeton public lecture on literacy in the age of Google in which he discussed new skills that are important in knowing how to find and use information on the internet. Russell also demonstrated some very interesting search tricks that many people may not know about. http://lectures.princeton.edu/2012/daniel-m-russell/

To help people learn to use Google more effectively, they are now offering tips and tricks, training videos, and even lesson plans for teaching Google search in the classroom.

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Yes, google has come a long way from in search. I guess google is trying to provide next generation search engine.

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