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Added by Bill Vick at 5:31pm on September 27, 2007
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The Internet Is Eternal!
Got that? Okay, next, repeat to yourself:
There is NO privacy online!
Done yet? Next, internalize:
Once posted online, my words are FOREVER out of my control!
Whew! You can open your eyes now. Wasn’t that a great exercise?
Read the whole thing in Barbara's inimitable style here.…
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I think that creating Boolean search strings is not an art where you create the right string (if you "know the stuff") and collect the results. Rather, it's a process where you come up with a string, take a look at the results, change your string based on the results you're getting, look at the results again etc. till you collect enough info on the subject (such as a good number of online resumes with certain skills). The search art is much more about playing with the string to add or remove keywords than about using some advanced syntax.
Available training materials like cheatsheets are "static" and often address the syntax and give good starting points but do not teach you the process. Do you agree? What is the best way to teach someone the process of searching?
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