Those of you who have come across the wonders of Google may will be aware of the pain I feel when someone asks a question which Google can very easily answer. I don’t know if some people believe that Google only specialises in one field… maybe they used Google once, but that was to find out about a new style of Puma shoe. And perhaps now they think that Google specialises in shoes and nothing else? Is that the reason why you don’t want to ask Google how to make sushi at home?
So instead you ask me.
And do you know what I do? I go to Google.
A while back I told you about a wonderful website called www.justfuckinggoogleit.com which was a great site to send your buddies to if they felt the overwhelming urge to ask you something, instead of simply using Google.
Now there is a FAB new website following hot on the heels of JustFuckingGoogleIt which takes things to the net level. It’s called Let Me Google That For YOU (www.letmegooglethatforyou.com) and allows you to setup a special URL which you give to your friend (after he/she asks the stupid question) and hopefully they will learn how much easier there lives can be (and far less painful for you) – as we all continue to live the holiday.
It looks like this:
So you type in your friend’s question into the Google search box (as above) and you click search.
Then it gives you a special tailor made link, which you copy and send to your friend:
See the link there (at the bottom in blue)?
So I copied that link and am now pasting it here, for you to see how the system works, once you send that link to your friends. You’ll love it.
So you say something like, Hey I found the perfect way to make sushi at home. I think this is what you’re looking for – just follow this amazing link – https://lmgtfy.com/?q=how+to+make+sushi+at+home
Follow that link to see what they get.
Pretty cool, hey?
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