Marc’s How to Column

11 11 2009

How to do tricks on google!!

 There are many different tricks that you can do on Google and I am going to show you how to do most of them.

  1. The best known and the funniest of them all is the Chuck Norris one. What you have to do is go to the Google home page and type in “find Chuck Norris”. Then you click the ‘I’m feeling lucky’ button.
  2. Another thing that you can do is the Gothic trick. What you have to do is type in “gothic google” and press the ‘I’m feeling lucky’ button.
  3. Another thing that you can do is not really a trick but is still funny. Type in “French military victories” and press ‘I’m feeling lucky’.
  4. Another on that you can do is type in “xx-haker” and, you guessed it, press the ‘I’m feeling lucky’ button.
  5. A different type of Google is the Rainbow google. What you have to do is type “see the rainbow google” into the search box and click I’m feeling lucky.
  6. Type in “once in a blue moon” and press the normal search button.
  7. When asked for directions from Japan to China, Google Maps includes the instruction “Jet ski across the Pacific Ocean”.
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2 responses

12 11 2009
Branflakes

you spelt haker wrong it’s xx-hacker but it is still a good column good luck on your next one.

13 11 2009
Jacqueline Meunier

Marc’s comments about How to do interviews. I don’t think you should talk about Anything! Rather keep what your answers relevant to the job area, skills and competencies required. It’s not up to the interviewee to fill in silences, if an interview is conducted properly and the applicant is up to it, there should not be awkward silences unless the employer or interviewer is playing games or politics etc. Smile whenever possible but avoid projecting yourself as someone desperate to make a good impression and has nothing interesting or relevant to contribute. Idle talk is not for interviews! Sorry!

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