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Tips
for Searching the World Wide Web

4

June
2013

Slides at:
http://www.colket.org/genealogy/USF/

Syllabus

2



Tips for Searching the Internet


Instructor:
Currie Colket
Phone
: Google Search for:
colket 941


Classes
1:30 PM to 2:50 PM

Lifelong Learning Academy:
University of South Florida



4 June



Overview of
Internet, Static
& Dynamic
Searches



11 June



Search Shortcuts; Advanced Static Searches


18 June



Google Magic; Google Books; Google Scholar;


25 June



Searching Images (Photos); Videos; Maps; Google Earth



2 July



Downloading; Safety & Security; Dynamic Databases



9 July



Archive Grid; Searching Translations Researching in other languages




Slides at:
http://www.colket.org/genealogy/USF/





Tips for Searching the
Internet

Quick Overview
-

1



3

Wikipedia Definition:


The
Internet

is a global system of interconnected
computer networks

that use the standard
Internet protocol suite

(
TCP/IP
) to serve several
billion users worldwide.


Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol


It is a
network of networks

that consists of millions of private, public,
academic, business, and government networks, of local to global scope,
that are linked by a broad array of electronic, wireless and optical
networking technologies.


The Internet carries an extensive range of information resources and
services, such as the inter
-
linked
hypertext

documents of the
World Wide
Web

(WWW) and the
infrastructure

to support email.


Tips for Searching the
Internet

Quick Overview
-

2



4

Browsers


Tips for Searching the
Internet

Quick Overview
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3



5

1.
Google google.com (Google is #
2
;
Faccebook

is #
1
)

2.
Baidu

baidu.com Leading Chinese language search engine

3.
Google India google.co.in Indian Version of Google

4.
Bing bing.com Microsoft Search Engine to compete with Google

5.
Ask ask.com

6.
Google GE google.de Leading German Search Engine

7.
Google HK google.com.hk Leading Hong Kong Search Engine

8.
Google UK google.co.uk

9.
Google Japan google.co.jp

10.
Google France google.fr

11.
Google Russia google.ru

12.
Google Italy google.it

13.
Google Spain google.es

14.
Google Mexico google.com.mx

15.
Google Canada google.ca

16.
Google
Polska

google.pl

17.
Google NL google.nl

18.
Google
رفوتم
تاغللاب

google.com.es

http
://
www.alexa.com/topsites/global;0

Alexa



Top 500 International Sites on the Web

Top Search Engines :

Mamma
-

The Mother of All Search
Engines

|
Ixquicks

|
YAHOO


Are in the noise


Tips for Searching the
Internet

Quick Overview
-

4



6

Most traditional communications media including telephone, music, film, and
television are being reshaped or redefined by the Internet, giving birth to new
services such as
voice over Internet Protocol

(VoIP) and
Internet Protocol television

(IPTV). Newspaper, book and other print publishing are adapting to
Web site

technology, or are reshaped into
blogging

and
web feeds
.


The Internet has enabled and accelerated new forms of human interactions through
instant messaging
, Internet forums, and
social networking
.
Online shopping

has
boomed both for major retail outlets and small
artisans

and traders.
Business
-
to
-
business

and
financial services

on the Internet affect
supply chains

across entire
industries.


As of June
2012
, more than
2.4
billion people

over a third of the
world's human
population

have used the services of the Internet; approximately
100
times more
people than were using it in
1995
, when it was mostly used by tech
-
savvy middle
and upper
-
class people in the
United States

and several other countries.
[


Tips for Searching the
Internet

Quick Overview
-

5



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Tips for Searching the
Internet

Quick Overview
-

6



8


Tips for Searching the
Internet

Quick Overview
-

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Tips for Searching the
Internet

Quick Overview
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Tips for Searching the
Internet

Quick Overview
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9



11

Google Mozilla Internet Rock Sea
Deepnet

Avant

Chrome Foxfire Explorer Opera
Sarfari

Maxthon

Melt Monkey Explorer
Browser

http://internet
-
browser
-
review.toptenreviews.com/

Top Ten Reviews


Tips for Searching the
Internet

Quick Overview
-

10



12

Most traditional communications media including telephone, music, film, and
television are being reshaped or redefined by the Internet, giving birth to new
services such as
voice over Internet Protocol

(VoIP) and
Internet Protocol television

(IPTV). Newspaper, book and other print publishing are adapting to
Web site

technology, or are reshaped into
blogging

and
web feeds
.


The Internet has enabled and accelerated new forms of human interactions through
instant messaging
, Internet forums, and
social networking
.
Online shopping

has
boomed both for major retail outlets and small
artisans

and traders.
Business
-
to
-
business

and
financial services

on the Internet affect
supply chains

across entire
industries.


As of June 2012, more than 2.4 billion people

over a third of the
world's human
population

have used the services of the Internet; approximately 100 times more
people than were using it in 1995, when it was mostly used by tech
-
savvy middle
and upper
-
class people in the
United States

and several other countries.
[

Why Google????

13




Google.com is America’s most visited website, according to
Alexa


lists the main U.S.
-
focused google.com site

as the Internet's
second most
visited website

For the entire International
Community

(
facebook

is #1)



See
Google Wikipedia




Google Mission Statement


to organize the world's information and make it

universally accessible and useful

Why Google????

14





Mr. Popper’s Penguins


Google


Penguin Egg Emergency Hatch

Search Overview

15

o

Computer Basics For This Course

o

Conducting a Simple Google Search

o

Why Search on the Internet?

o

History of the Internet

o

History of Browsing

o

Problem of Searching

o

Solution to Search Problem

o

Search Results

o

Google Basics

o

Notes on URLs (URL = Uniform Resource Locators)

o

Notes on IP Addresses (IP = Internet Protocol)

o

Google or Bing Might Not be Useful When …

Computer Basics For
This Course
-

1



Most Course Materials ONLINE at:
http://www.colket.org/genealogy/USF

(
local
)




16

To Download any file:

1.
Left click on file

2
. Save to Your Computer

http://www.colket.org/genealogy/USF

Need To

Download

Files

Computer Basics For
This Course
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2

17

To Download any file:

1.
Left click on file

2.
Save (to Your Computer)

3.
Select Directory and Identify Filename




4.
Hit Save

Useful to Download to Desktop


and Later Move to Desired Directory

Useful to keep filename, if meaningful


17

After Download

Status Bar, the

File is on Your

Computer

Computer Basics For
This Course
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3

18

18

After Download

Status Bar, the

File is on Your

Computer

Computer Basics For
This Course
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4




To Open File:

Double Click On It


If you need Application,

Download the application


Execute the Application Installation


Then Double Click on File

If you need Applications, Download them


They are FREE

Computer Basics For
This Course
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4




PCs versus MACs

Google, Bing, and Most Search Engines are
platform independent!!

Google will even work on Workstations using UNIX

Hence almost everything in this course pertains to both systems!!

Major impact is slides, which are in Microsoft PowerPoint

Might want to view/print on PC system or download Apple Office

Google Overview

21

o

Computer Basics For This Course

o

Conducting a Simple Google Search

o

Why Search on the Internet?

o

History of the Internet

o

History of Browsing

o

Problem of Searching

o

Solution to Search Problem

o

Search Results

o

Google Basics

o

Notes on URLs (URL = Uniform Resource Locators)

o

Notes on IP Addresses (IP = Internet Protocol)

o

Google or Bing Might Not be Useful When …

Conducting a

Simple Google Search
-

1

Go to
http://
www.google.com

or
http://google.com

22

Enter Search

Term(s) In Window

Click on

Google
Search

FYI, I use


o Microsoft
Internet Explorer


o Microsoft
Windows
8

Things will look
different If
you use a
different Browser
or Operating System


Opportunity to
get Google
Chrome

Opportunity to
sign in
to Google+

Conducting a

Simple Google Search
-

2

23

Search

Results



Or


Results

Page



Or


Results

Note: March
2010
, the number of hits was
72
,
000
; October
2011 91
,
000
; now
105
,
000

Why Search on the Internet?

24

Genealogical Research

General Research

Planning Travel / Booking Reservations

Shopping

Find products/product reviews

Find books/book reviews

Find movie/movie reviews

Find music/music text/music reviews

Find restaurants/restaurant reviews

Verify Credit Card Charge Addresses

Just find out information

Find friends/colleagues

Find scores to sporting events

Find News/Weather

Find legal records

Find pictures, maps, etc.

Fun

What do YOU want to search for on the Internet?????

Google Overview

25

o

Computer Basics For This Course

o

Conducting a Simple Google Search

o

Why Search on the Internet?

o

History of the Internet

o

History of Browsing

o

Problem of Searching

o

Solution to Search Problem

o

Search Results

o

Google Basics

o

Notes on URLs (URL = Uniform Resource Locators)

o

Notes on IP Addresses (IP = Internet Protocol)

o

Google or Bing Might Not be Useful When …

History of the Internet
-

1

26


In early 1960’s computers were “standalone” with


Different operating systems for different computers


Different commands to perform similar functions (e.g., login, search)


No communication between computers


Intergalactic Computer Network

concept by J.C.R Lickider of Bolt, Beranek,
and Newman (BBN) in August 1962


Concept contained almost everything the Internet is today.


DOD Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA) adopted research
concepts as
ARPAnet

as a means to share defense information between
labs during the cold war.


Contract awarded to BBN on 7 April 1969.


Allowed communication between users of computers via packets of
information.


First demonstration message sent on 29 October 1969 from a computer at
UCLA

to a computer at
Stanford
.

-

The message was received correctly, but caused the Stanford
computer to
crash


Man on Moon 20 July 1969

History of the Internet
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2

27


By September 1971,
23 nodes

at DOD research centers and universities.


In 1971, the first network
-
to
-
network email was
sent


By 1973, 75% of ARPAnet traffic was email


By 1973, the file transfer protocol (ftp) was developed to allow file transfers over the
ARPAnet





By
1981, there were
213 hosts
with a new host added every 20 days







In 1983, TCP/IP protocols became the principal protocol of the ARPAnet

-

TCP = Transmission Control Protocol; IP = Internet Protocol








My first internet address in 1982 was
colket@nadc.navy.mil


The extra

nadc.navy.mil
is called the
Domain Name
; each
host had a unique Domain Name

My first email address in 1979 was
colket

at OSU while working on
Masters

It was local and could only send and receive email from that OSU computer.

History of the Internet
-

3

28


In 1983, the military aspects were segregated from Internet onto the MILNET to
mitigate public access to military computers.


In 1985, gateways to external networks across North America, Europe, and Australia
made the Internet global in scope.


In 1990 funding for ARPAnet infrastructure was transferred to NSF.


In March 1991 NSFnet opened up the use of Internet for commercial use.

-
Al Gore’s Super Information Highway

-
Called the World Wide Web



-
Any one can access using a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) (more later)



30 April 1995, NSFnet officially dissolved


At its peak, NSFnet connected more than
4,000 institutions and 50,000
networks across the US, Canada, and Europe



Protocol allowed for
4,294,967,296

addresses
;
already exceeded


My first home page was in 1992 at
www.colket.org

History of Browsing

29


Early on very cumbersome


Generally login to a desired computer and search based on the directory



Every computer had its own directory structure and search application(s)


In 1980, Tim Berners
-
Lee proposed and prototyped ENQUIRE, a system to share
documents


In 1990, he collaborated with Robert Cailliau on a joint proposal for the World Wide
Web (WWW) or W3 project for a protocol to share information using hypertext.


Became
HyperText Markup Language (HTML)


defined using text


This allowed people to organize information they wanted to share with Links
to the information or files which could then be downloaded


Requires a browser that could read these HTML files using a protocol called:

HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP)


Many commercial browsers available today


Internet Explorer (IE),
Safari, Netscape
,
Mozilla Firefox
, etc.


Even Google has its own browser called “Google Chrome”


You need a current browser to access latest information







Problem with Searching

30

Many search applications developed based on HTML
BUT




Search
on Coke


Now 73,800.000 was 115,000,000
hits was 35,200,000 hits


Many of these are menu items at restaurants


Much useless information

You have hits from every restaurant that has coke on its menu



If you are interested in Coca
-
Cola headquarters in Atlanta, it may not appear until item
23,672,344












How do you get RELEVANT hits????


How do you get hits ordered so that Relevant Hits are Ordered

in a way that facilitates use????

Google found a way to

solve”

this problem;

Solution to Search Problem
-

1

31


1995,
Sergey Brin
and
Larry Page
while students at Stanford
came up with a concept of using the strength of the Internet
community.


Their technology evaluated a site primarily on how many other
sites linked to it and ranked search results accordingly.


The technology was called
PageRank

(named for Larry Page)
although, it does rank pages as to which page is most important.


PageRank

tended to return results that people found useful,




Resulting in a surprisingly valuable system


PageRank

was patented by Stanford University.


In 1997,
BackRub

was a
PageRank

application so called
because the technology analyzed what was


going on behind the scenes.



Fall, 1997
BackRub

became Google


http://infolab.stanford.edu/~backrub/google.html


Sergey
Brin and Larry Page purchased the


exclusive licensing rights to
PageRank

for


1,800,000 shares of Google from Stanford
















$1.56B

32


Google is an adaption of
googol
. A

googol
is the number 1 followed by
100 zeros (10E100). (from Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy). This
reflects the number of WWW pages it searches.


In 1998, they dropped out of Stanford to develop Google.


Set up shop in the Menlo Park garage of Susan
Wojcicki



1998, 50 employees. 7 million searches a day.


By 2005, Google was having 250 million web searches per day.


Sergey Brin’s Net Worth is 18.7 Billion Dollars
(26
th

richest in the world)


Larry Page’s Net Worth is 18.6 Billion Dollars


Google headquarters,
the
Googleplex
, is located in
Mountain View,
California
. As of March 31, 2009, the company has 19,786 full
-
time
employees. 68 Worldwide locations












Solution to Search Problem
-

2

Solution to Search Problem
-

3

33

Most

Relevant

Results

First

Google Results
-

1

Search

Term(s)

Link

Uniform

Resource

Locator

(URL)

Snippet

Sponsored

Links

Start

Search

Result

Statistics

Advanced

Search

(Controls

For Advanced

Search

Options)

34

34

Result

Links

Sometimes

Similar Pages

Cached Pages

Google Results
-

2

35

Ordered By Relevance
[Indented same site, less relevant]

Also sponsored links, links to news stories, Ads

True, unpaid results are on the lower left

Ads are on the right (no more than
10
per page)

Sponsored Links on top (Ads, at a higher rate; colored background)

True Unpaid Search Results
=>

Title

Text from site with Snippets of your search terms (in bold)

URL => Uniform Resource Locator

Size

Date


NOT created/updated, but when last crawled

Over
8
billion Web pages crawled

Crawls each page once a month

Indication if Cached


Good place to go if Page Removed

URL goes to current page

Cached link goes to cached page


handy if page deleted or link broken

Cached version is used to highlight key words

File Format


.html use browser


.pdf use Adobe’s free reader at
www.adobe.com


.doc use Microsoft’s free reader at
www.microsoft.com



.
ppt

use Microsoft’s free reader at
www.microsoft.com


Similar Results












Google Results
-

3

New Since Last Year

36

Instant Preview


Click the magnifying glass icon next to the
search result to see what a webpage is like


Location Feature


Sets default for searches



Location auto
-
detected



-

by IP Address



-

or entered into Google Toolbar


Can be changed, if you are looking for stuff in a different location



**Only works in your selected country**


Manually set location is stored in a “Cookie”


Can also be turn off


Type of Content


Limit results to a particular type of web content:




Images, Videos, News, Shopping, Books,


Discussions, Places, Blogs, Real
-
time
(e.g., updates from Twitter)



or select the default


Everything











This is a big recent change
Three years
ago one had to search each database

---

The databases were not integrated
---

They are now
---

Google Overview

37

o

Computer Basics For This Course

o

Conducting a Simple Google Search

o

Why Search on the Internet?

o

History of the Internet

o

History of Browsing

o

Problem of Searching

o

Solution to Search Problem

o

Search Results

o

Google Basics

o

Notes on URLs (URL = Uniform Resource Locators)

o

Notes on IP Addresses (IP = Internet Protocol)

o

Google or Bing Might Not be Useful When …

Google Basics
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1

38



Google cares about:

Singular versus Plural


“apple” versus “apples”


Order Of Words is Important for Ranking

“brown bear”


things named “Brown Bear” first


20,800,000 Hits

“bear brown”


emphasis on bears


87,000,000 Hits


Spelling is Important

Names originating in another alphabet have many valid transliterations

Mohamed, Mohammed Pelot, Pelote, Pelotte




Google does not care about:

Case Sensitivity



Hence
“Samuel Pelot”

=
“samuel pelot”


Little Words Ignored


such as I, where, how, the, of, an, for, from,
how, it, in, is, single digits, single letters. If desired, use quotes.


Punctuation



MOST PUNCTUATION IS IGNORED.

Only Apostrophes, hyphens, and quote marks analyzed.



Hence
Pauls
,
Paul’s
, and
Pauls’

provide 3 different searches.

Exceptions: Underscore when between 2 words:
Quick_Sort


Punctuation in proper names: C++, A#


$ is understood to be dollars
“Nikon $400”

“Nikon 400”














Suggest putting Surnames
first


Pelot Samuel

Sometime Spelling

Suggestions

The who

Is a Band

Exceptions to

These Rules

Google Basics
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Exact Order; Exact Phrase


Use quotation marks.

This techniques is especially useful for genealogy


very
different results for



Samuel George Pelot
versus
“Samuel George Pelot”


George Samuel Pelot

versus
“George Samuel Pelot”


Huh??? Should get the same number


Why???


What about the middle name?


Some sources report as initial or no middle initial (
nmi
)



“Samuel Pelot”

“Samuel G Pelot”

“Samuel G. Pelot”

“Samuel
nmi

Pelot”














11,000 Hits

37 Hits

0 Hits

8,670 Hits

231 Hits


24 Hits


24 Hits


0
Hits

Most Punctuation is ignored


Remember, a search for “Alexander Bell” will miss hits for “Alexander G Bell”


410,200 Hits


3,390,000 Hits with Graham


87,200 Hits with G.

Google Basics
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3

40


Search Within Site/Domain


Identify site in query:



iraq

site:nytimes.com



returns hits on “Iraq” in NY Times only


also returns hits in sources with “Iraq”


quoting nytimes.com


iraq

site:.gov

returns hits only from a .gov domain


iraq

site:.iq

returns hits only from an Iraq domain


Good for genealogy research:



Pelot Worldwide


Pelot
site:.fr

French Domain


Pelot
site:.ch

Swiss Domain


Pelot
site:.ca

Canadian Domain


Pelot
site:.us

US Domain (not null)


Pelot
site:.mil

US Military Domain


Pelot
site:.gov

US Government Domain


Pelot
site:.biz

US Business Domain













394,000 Hits


14,700 Hits


1,070 Hits


2,900 Hits


2,410 Hits


89 Hits


947Hits


5,480 Hits

Google Basics
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4

41


Exclude Terms


Use


-

preceded by a blank


Say searching for anti
-
virus stuff for humans:




anti
-
virus


anti
-
virus
-
software


jaguar
-
cars
-
football



and for the fellow with the surname of “Sparrow”



Sparrow


Sparrow
-
bird


Sparrow
-
bird
-
book













132,000,000 Hits


79,100,000 Hits

Can use multiple negations





63,400,000 Hits


60,400,000 Hits


45,500,000 Hits



Note:


-
” is part of

the word for

“anti
-
virus”

Strongly

Connected

Note:

Combinations of Search Terms can be effective

Google Basics
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42


Search Exactly “As Is”


Use “+”
-
only.


Sometimes Google expands a search or provides synonyms.


The “+” tells Google to match that word precisely:


Child Care
262
,
000
,
000
Hits

Child +Care

445
,
000
,
000
Hits

+Child Care



446
,
000
,
000
Hits

+Child +Care

563
,
000
,
000
Hits

“Child Care“
84
,
600
,
000
Hits



OR Operator


Sometimes you want hits for either/or

Use cap “OR” or
OR

Operator “|”


Tampa Bay Buccaneers

2
,
620
,
000
Hits

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2004

298
,
000
Hits

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2005

409
,
000
Hits

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2004 2005
206
,
000
Hits

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2004
OR
2005
726
,
000
Hits

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2004
|
2005
726
,
000
Hits


Exceptions: Phrases such as “FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE”













Never found the “+”

To be useful

Google Basics
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43




Feeling Lucky



Gives you the first page.



Wild Cards



Use a “*”


Works on words, not parts of words


For Questions: “"How often does Halley's comet appear?“

Pose as: Halley’s Comet appears every * years


it’s 76 years


Also for unknown middle names
Samuel * Pelot
1,740,000 Hits

Difference for
“Samuel * Pelot“

1,279,000 Hits

Note: For
Samuel Pelot
334,000 Hits


and For
“Samuel Pelot“
231 Hits



Ten Word Limit


Search terms over 10 are ignored











Google Basics
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7

44



Misspellings


Try alternative spellings

thousands of Web sites mention Arnold
Schwarznegger

70,000Hits

though the
governator

spells his name "Schwarzenegger”
34,500,000 Hits












Google recognizes
some misspellings
and provides
alternatives

New since Mar 2010

Google Basics
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8

45




Proximity Search











Proximity
Search “Samuel Pelot
”~
3


Hits for:


354
“Samuel Pelot”



33
“Samuel
George
Pelot”



56
“Samuel G Pelot”



146
“Samuel Pelot
”~
3



119
“Samuel Pelot
”~
7



130
“Samuel Pelot
”~
10



Google Basics
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9

46

Keep Search Terms Simple


Most Queries do not require advanced operators or unusual
syntax


Simply enter name, place, product, or concept,


Simple is good


Think of terms likely to be on result pages


Don’t use
My Head Hurts


Instead use
Headache

{term likely found on medical page}


Describe what you want in as few words as possible


Use
Weather Cancun


Instead of
Weather Report for Cancun Mexico


Choose Descriptive Terms


Use
Celebrity Ringtones


Instead of
Celebrity Sounds










Note on URLs

47












Results of Google Search provided as a


Uniform Resource Locator (URL)


URL Format:



http://www.google.com.uk




Domain Names:
http://www.networksolutions.com/


URL for my domain name is:
http://www.colket.org


Domain name extensions include:



.com .mobi .mil .gov .edu .net .info .org .biz .bz .tv


Domain Name Extensions (including Country):
http://www.networksolutions.com/glossary/glossary
-
d.jsp#domainnameextensions


Domain Name Country Extensions



.be .ca .cn .de .es. ru.com se.com .us

URL

Uniform Resource
Locator

HyperText Transfer Protocol

World Wide Web

Domain Name

Domain Name

Extension

Domain Name Country Extension

Note on IP Addresses

48


Every URL maps into a Unique Number called an IP
(Internet Protocol) Address

http://www.google.com

=>
216.239.51.99


IPV4 in format of xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (e.g., 208.77.188.166)




2
32

can handle
4,294,967,296

addresses


Expected to run out in early 2000s


IPV6 in format of x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x in late 1990s



(e.g.,
2001:db8:0:1234:0:567:1:1)



2
128

(or 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 ) addresses


IP addresses still work as IPV4 addresses all map to IPV6


Operating systems are migrating to IPV6

(e.g., Vista uses IPV6; XP uses IPV4)

Go to help/support on your computer searching for IPV6














Need

Current

Browser

Google crawls

Over

8,000,000,000

Pages each

month

Static versus Dynamic
Searches

-

1

“Relevancy” might not be relevant to

Researchers and Genealogists.


Google’s use of Relevancy is not useful for doing many types of searches:




Dynamic Databases



Genealogy
Searches on family surnames



Obscure information



Much non
-
business oriented information



Rather unique information

Static versus Dynamic Searches

-

2

50

Desired Information is in a Separate Database

Auction Sites: Ebay | Craig’s List |
UBid

| Bid Start |
Ebid

| US Seek


Web Pages are Private and Not Available for Google

Most businesses have a public web site and a private web site

Only data companies want to share is available via Google



Limited Access Web Sites


Typically for profit sites, e.g.,

ACM’s Digital Library


No Google access at all

Ancestory.com


Google provides “Teaser” results to entice membership

Chicago Tribune


Get “Teaser” hits on Google, but have to pay to access data











Many

Models

Exercise 1 (Not Homework:
-
)

51

1.
Search on
your

last name

2.
Search on
your

first name and last name

3.
Search on
your

first name and last name in quotes



4.
What thing did Abraham Lincoln have in his pockets
when he was assassinated that was associated with the
Confederacy? What was its significance?

5.
What thing did Abraham Lincoln have in his pockets
when he was assassinated that contained a hidden
message?

6.
What is the name of the oldest bible?

7.
What is the name of the Roman map of Roads?












Currie Colket

Colket

“Currie Colket”

90,900 Hits

17
,
000
Hits

2,140 Hits

Was1,890

Talk about next week!!!!

Try Also With

Bing.com

Questions

52

Please Ask Questions if you do not Understand Anything