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Becoming CHAPLIN: Leading Man Rob McClure Talks About Creating the Silent Film Legend on Broadway. @ChaplinBway • • • Video of the @DEADACCTSBway cast, director & playwright discussing the comedy with @WNYC’s Leonard Lopate last night. • • • Broadway’s CHAPLIN to host benefit performance for Lil’ Bravest Inc. Friday, November 9 via @ShareThis @ChaplinBway • • • Happy first preview to @briandarcyjames, Kate Baldwin, @katiethompsonKT, @bsteggert and the rest of the cast of GIANT @PublicTheaterNY! • • • Happy birthday to @albinokid and @thewillswenson (soon to be seen in @MTC_NYC’s MURDER BALLAD)! #broadwaybirthdays • • •
In Web Search, Be Efficient in the Terms You Use
NYTimes.com/Personal Tech Tool Kit – by THOMAS J. FITZGERALD
By this point in the Internet era, everyone should know how to find information on the Web with a search engine like Google or Bing.
Easy, right? Just type what you are looking for in the little box.
There are even easier ways. Google and Bing have built right into their search boxes tools like calculators, currency converters and dictionaries. They developed a host of tricks you can use to slice through clutter to reach the information you need. In some cases the results appear right away; you don’t need to touch the enter key. Many of the shortcuts work with the Web browsers on smartphones and tablets.
“We really try to make Bing a place where you can go to get stuff done in the real world,” said Stefan Weitz, senior director of Bing, Microsoft’s search engine and chief rival to Google. “People expect search now to actually do a better job connecting them to the ultimate destination.” If you need any additional help, Google also offers online tutorials.
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