You may think I’m kidding but I’m dead serious.
Or maybe the President of the United States could pay me to do a national public service announcement campaign explaining how to do it.
What would I need like a 30 second spot on all the major networks on how to point your computer to Google and type the words of the subject that you are looking for and then hit the enter button.
Is that even 30 seconds? Maybe I could speed talk my way through it in 15 seconds and we could buy double the air space.
This is but one question of about the 20 emails I get a day asking me to find things that had been on the blog a previous day or last week-
Recently you posted sista felicias recipe for haddock chowder. I failed to keep it. Can you please send it to me?
Good Morning :)
go to this site-
then go to the top right corner where the search box is.
once you locate the search box type in “Haddock Chowder”
I bet you find the recipe.
Alternatively you could go to www.google.com
Once there you could find the search box and type in goodmorninggloucester haddock chowder
I bet that would do the trick as well.
have an awesome day
Now if I took my time to respond this calmly to every person that asks me on a daily basis to find something that had been on the blog before I’d never have time to actually produce any content.
What I wanted to do was tear what little bit of hair that I have left out of my scalp and scream because I just can’t understand how hard it is to perform an internet search or what the disconnect is that people are unwilling to perform one. Is it possible in this day and age when Google is one of the largest companies in the world and part of the Fortune 500 that people don’t know it exists or what it is for? It is clearly obvious that that disconnect exists for a huge number of the population. Otherwise I wouldn’t get 20-30 emails a day asking me to find previous posts for people.
This is why the Government giving me a ginormous grant to do a PSA on how to perform internet searches would be probably the best money they ever spent. Think about the productivity gains you would get from educating what my conservative estimate is 20% of the population who do not know how to search the internet for what they are interested in.
Please for the love of god, help spread the word of this thing called Google– so that all of mankind will benefit and middle aged balding bloggers will be less inclined to tear what little hair they have left on their head out.
Please and Thank You.