Search engines are used to search things on the internet. But did you know that aside from searching stuff, you can also do other things using search engines?
Google, probably the most famous search engine today, has made significant changes in it search box. Now, math calculations can be performed by directly typing mathematical expressions in its search box. Below are some of the calculations that you can do with Google search.
1.) Perform Basic Math Calculations
Google search allows you to perform basic calculations. Basic doesn’t just mean the four fundamental operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). It also includes exponentiation and modulo division. Not only that, Google search can also perform calculation using words (e.g. divide pi by 2). » Read more
Google Ngram Viewer is an online phrase grapher pioneered by Erez Lieberman Aiden and Jean-Baptiste Michel. It graphs words or phrases from more than 5 million textbooks digitized by Google. The x-axis shows the year while the y-axis shows the percentage of appearance in relation to other n-grams (1-gram is a 1 word phrase, a 2-gram is a 2-word phrase).
The grapher is easy to use. Just type the words or phrases you want to know about or you want to compare. For example, I want to know which of the following jobs are popular: actor, soldier, politician, athlete, and mathematician. Well, from the result below, if I were a young man who wants to be written in books, I probably wouldn’t want to be a mathematician. » Read more
Students nowadays are using the internet to do their homework, collaborate, and sometimes discuss. They need a virtual place to share their ideas. One such place is an online whiteboard. Many online whiteboards support collaboration and sharing. They allow multiple users in a single session; some even have chatting, audio and video capabilities.
I have chosen the five online whiteboards below because they don’t require login (except 5) and they have variety of uses that may cover the needs of many users. I also find them easy to use.
1.) A Web Whiteboard. A Web Whiteboard or AWW is a free and no login online whiteboard with basic tools: pen, eraser, color, and text. Users can share boards through a URL and download sketches as png file. AWW can also even be embedded in websites. Aww is free if used stand-alone and has an upgrade for shared boards.
Special Feature: You can embed AWWW on your website. » Read more