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For College students who are approaching graduation time and looking for the best places to work, look no further, Google is here. The darling of the Internet is the most sought after best place to work for College graduates.
Google’s headquarters is located in Mountain View, California. Google is renowned for their awesome work place. While not all Google offices around the globe are equally well-stocked, these are some of the essential elements that define a Google workspace:
A Google bomb (also referred to as a ‘link bomb’) is Internet slang for a certain kind of attempt to influence the ranking of a given page in results returned by the Google search engine, often with humorous or political intentions. Because of the way that Google’s algorithm works, a page will be ranked higher if the sites that link to that page use consistent anchor text. A Google bomb is created if a large number of sites link to the page in this manner.
Google made changes to its algorithm to prevent such attempts at manipulating a keyword. However, looks like people against Scientology have overcome Google’s attempts to prevent Googlebombing.
If you type in “dangerous cult” into Google, the first result is the Church of Scientology’s official website.
Google’s GMail is one of the dominant free email providers on the internet along with Microsoft’s Hotmail and Yahoo! Email. However, GMail is more popular in the scientific and the current student community which grew up with computers and technology.
If you don’t have a GMail account, I would highly recommend that you open one right now. You can use all your fancy nicknames with Hotmail and Yahoo but I would recommend a [email protected] email. I mean when you graduate and sending out resumes to potential employers, you want your email to be [email protected] and not [email protected]
For users of Mozilla Firefox, you have an inbuilt Google Search box on the top right corner of your browser. This Google Search box, based on Google suggest feature, can be used as your personal online calculator.
Online Calculator using Firefox
To use Google’s built-in calculator function, simply enter the calculation you’d like done into the search box and hit the Enter key or click on the Google Search button. The calculator can solve math problems involving basic arithmetic, more complicated math, units of measure and conversions, and physical constants.
Now, with the Online Calculator using Firefox, you don’t have to press Enter or anything else to get the Google Calculator results.
Now you can change customize your driving directions on Google Maps by simply dragging & dropping the default […]
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