How to find PDF and Office files on the internet

Searching for document files on the internet should be easy. It can be if you hit the right keyword or know what document format you are looking for. However, the results can vary greatly across different search engines.  The most popular document formats include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, text, and various Open Office variants. Constructing search commands for all these formats […]

How to find audio files on the internet

Searching for audio files on the internet should be easy. It is not. It will not be easy unless you know some advanced search commands. Not only that you also need to know the various audio file extensions or formats. The most popular audio file formats include  mp3, wav, and ogg . Constructing search commands for all these formats is […]

How to find video files on the internet

Searching for video files on the internet should be easy. It is — if your video files are found on YouTube, Rumble, Vimeo or Bitchute.  What if you are looking for video files not found on those servers? It will not be easy unless you know some advanced search commands. Not only that you also need to know the various […]

Searching like a pro: using Jump Query

Have you ever wondered how the search pros search? You have come to the right place! Utilizing my Jump Query feature you can  learn how to create complex search engine queries with relative ease. Better yet, if you don’t want to remember how to construct complex search queries simply use the Jump Query as your starting point web page or […]

Updating PDF Metadata with the Exiftool by Phil Harvey

Most people don’t bother utilizing PDF metadata which can be crucial from the SEO and web accessibility perspective the minimum. If you are a Windows or a Mac user you can likely edit PDF metadata using one of the following 3 ways: Right-clicking on the PDF file then going to the properties for the file (e.g. Details tab) Opening the […]

Running Jupyter Notebook on Windows

Before you can run Jupyter Notebook on Windows you will need to install Python, PIP (Python module manager) and Jupyter modules. Steps to Run Jupyter Notebook on Windows 1) Go to your Windows Command Prompt (can type in cmd in windows search typically accessible in the bottom left corner next to the windows start button). 2) Once you see the […]