Posts Tagged 'Google'

Mapping Yourself with GPS and Google

Family Weekend GIS Workshop: Mapping Yourself with GPS and Google

Saturday, October 29
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Scholars’ Lab Common Room

Curious about GPS, Google mapping, and how you can be part of the fun? Join Chris Gist and Kelly Johnston of the U.Va. Scholars’ Lab for an introduction to the magic of GPS and Google mapping. You will leave with the tools to communicate with satellites 12,000 miles overhead, make your own maps, and selectively share your cartographic masterpieces with the world.

Dating Google

The following is taken from the The Internet Tourbus, Vol. 15, No. 57, September 17, 2009:

When you search for something in Google, you normally have no idea how old the results are.  The highest-ranked results may obsolete or not relevant to you, because of Google’s page-ranking criteria.  Wouldn’t it be cool if Google let you find documents based on their age, or search for Web pages that were created in a specific date range?

Thanks to a relatively new Google search feature, now you can search Google by date and time. Here’s the scoop on date-based searching…

SEARCH GOOGLE BY DATE


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