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Question: Sometimes it seems to take forever to find the exact information I need on Google. How can I do a search that’s more efficient? Answer: To increase the efficiency of your searches, try these techniques: Use quotation marks. When searching for something specific, try using quotation marks to minimize the guesswork for Google search.

online cooking lessons

Are you doing more cooking at home now? Whether you’re an accomplished cook or a novice, these online options are available to help you — in the words of chef Emeril Lagasse — “kick it up a notch!” Serious Eats ( – More than just a recipe repository, this free site includes videos and articles


No swimming pool? No problem. The current social restrictions have made us use our creativity to re-imagine activities or invent new ones to keep everyone entertained and safe. Water Limbo – Use streaming water from the hose instead of a stick to see how low you can go. Water Balloon Piñatas – Attach ribbon or

Video Call Tips

You may be participating in more video calls these days, whether in a virtual meeting for a community group or just hanging out with family and friends. If you’ve ever been disappointed by how you look on the screen, don’t worry. These tips can help you enhance your appearance. Choose your light source carefully. Natural

Photography Tips

Try these more creative approached to picture taking: Shoot moments, not poses. Be more discreet when you take photos, and try to capture people being themselves – talking, laughing, and so on. Don’t forget the preparation stage. The activities that happen before a gathering begins (i.e. food prep, decorating, etc.) can make for interesting photos.


Change the look, manage passwords, avoid tracking, and much more. Google’s Chrome browser offers basic features for finding what you need online. Type a search term into the omnibox (also known as search box) and get a list of Google search results. Or enter a URL and the browser takes you there. But did you


Granite State Communications wishes the best to all of the graduates in our community — whether graduating from preschool, elementary school, middle school, high school, or college. No matter where you are in your educational journey, moving forward is cause for celebration. We also applaud the contributions of your parents, other family members, and teachers.


These days, it can reveal more personal information than you think. If you’re like most people, you’ve become more careful about how you use the internet. You know the risks of sharing personal information online, you’re getting smarter about how you use social media, and you watch for potentially harmful email scams. But there’s one


During the last couple of decades, digital technology has become a major part of our everyday lives. The internet keeps us perpetually connected, and smartphones allow us to take our entire digital world with us everywhere.


Audio content used to be limited to whatever was on the radio or in our own music collection — but not anymore. In addition to music streaming services, audiobooks, and internet radio, podcasts (a term coined by combining “iPod” and “broadcast”) have transformed the way people learn, share ideas, and entertain themselves