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  • 1. Inbar Yasur | T +972 4 6013103 | M +972 54 9988090 | E Inbar.yasur@gmail.com | W www.Hipusit.infoInbar Yasur | T +972 4 6013103 | M +972 54 9988090 | E Inbar.yasur@gmail.com | W www.Hipusit.info Information Update May 2014
  • 2. Keywords 2
  • 3. PearlTrees • A visual and collaborative tool that allows users to collect, organize and share any URL they find online as well as to upload personal photos and notes. • A unique visual interface that allows users to drag and organize collected URLs with pearltrees 3 www.pearltrees.com/
  • 4. Pearltrees 4 www.pearltrees.com/inbaryasur
  • 5. Google Dictionary Chrome Extension 5 https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/google-dictionary-by-goog/mgijmajocgfcbeboacabfgobmjgjcoja?hl=en
  • 6. MeSH on Demand - An Easy Way to Identify Relevant MeSH Terms • Use MeSH on Demand to find MeSH terms relevant to your text of up to 10,000 characters. • Ease of use without any prior knowledge of the MeSH vocabulary and without any downloads. 6 http://ii.nlm.nih.gov/Interactive/MeSHonDemand.shtml
  • 7. MeSH on Demand - An Easy Way to Identify Relevant MeSH Terms 7 http://ii.nlm.nih.gov/Interactive/MeSHonDemand.shtml
  • 8. MeSH on Demand - An Easy Way to Identify Relevant MeSH Terms 8 http://ii.nlm.nih.gov/Interactive/MeSHonDemand.shtml
  • 9. MeSH on Demand - An Easy Way to Identify Relevant MeSH Terms 9 http://ii.nlm.nih.gov/Interactive/MeSHonDemand.shtml
  • 10. Google Translate – Chrome Extension • Enable search in different languages and easily view the results translated into English 10 Link
  • 11. Inforgraphic 11
  • 12. Market Share – Using “Infographic” • Finding Market share & numeric information by using the word “infographic” AND your subject area 12
  • 13. Inforgraphic creation Infogr.am • Online charts and data visualizations • Create, share and discover illustrated data 13 http://infogr.am/
  • 14. Mind Maps • Creating Mindmaps or webs is a way to organize ideas and information. • Mindmaps make visual connections between important concepts, events, and people in a unit of study. 14 Link
  • 15. Mind Maps • Free tools offer good options for creating mind maps online: 15
  • 16. Presentations 16
  • 17. Slidebean • A cloud-based platform that lets you create amazing presentations in seconds • Offers creative slide types for every purpose 17 https://slidebean.com/
  • 18. Haiku Deck • A new kind of presentation software. • Makes telling your story simple, beautiful, and fun 18 http://www.haikudeck.com/
  • 19. Deliver Designed Emails 19
  • 20. Flashissue – Beautiful Email for Gmail 20 http://www.flashissue.com/
  • 21. Flashissue – Beautiful Email for Gmail 21 http://www.flashissue.com/
  • 22. Flashissue – Beautiful Email for Gmail 22 http://www.flashissue.com/
  • 23. Clip Better 23 http://info.clipbetter.com/ • Automatically create a link preview
  • 24. Clip Better 24 http://info.clipbetter.com/
  • 25. Google Tools 25
  • 26. Google Finance • Google Finance just added stocks from Spain, Poland, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, and Argentina and now supports financial info. for 35 exchanges worldwide. 26 www.google.com/finance
  • 27. Google Trends • Measuring search interest in topics is a beta feature which quickly provides accurate measurements of overall search interest. 27 http://www.google.com/trends/
  • 28. Google Trends • Example : Search for "Gwyneth Paltrow (Actress)" in Google Trends. Then search also for other searches that mean the same thing: • "Gweneth Paltrow" • "Gwen Paltro” • "Lead actress in Iron Man" • This can be particularly useful for topics that are commonly searched with misspellings and in different languages. 28 http://www.google.com/trends/
  • 29. Google Trends • Google added email notifications to the Google Trends service • Subscribe to any search topic, Hot Searches for any country, or any US monthly Top Chart and get updates delivered straight to your inbox. 29 http://www.google.com/trends/
  • 30. Google Trends 30 http://www.google.com/trends/
  • 31. Google Correlate - Google Trends in reverse • With Google Correlate, you enter a data series (the target) and get back a list of queries whose data series follows a similar pattern • Find terms that vary in a similar way to your own time series 31 http://www.google.com/trends/correlate/
  • 32. Scientific Calculator – Google, Old News • Google has had a calculator for a long time and also displays a graphical calculator 32
  • 33. Google Geometry Calculator • Google has an interactive search widget that solves geometry problems. You can search for: • solve triangle • area of a circle • volume of a sphere • perimeter of a trapezoid • area of a pentagon • hypotenuse calculator • triangular prism volume • calculate the diagonal of a cube 33
  • 34. Google Shows Related Topics • Google's Knowledge Graph boxes now include a list of related topics and some excerpts from articles about them. For example, when you search for [equilateral triangle], Google shows these related topics: • Equilateral polygon • Square • Regular polygon • Pythagorean theorem 34
  • 35. Google Knowledge Graph Shows Related Topics • When you search for [Netafim], Google shows “People also search for • Rain Bird • Jain Irrigation Systems • Hunter Industries • Plastro Irrigation • 35
  • 36. Google Knowledge Graph Shows Related Topics • When you search for [Elbit], Google shows “People also search for • Israel Aerospace Industries • Elisra • Rafael Advanced Defense • M7 Aerospace • Thales Group 36
  • 37. Google Alert – Language & Region Filters • Google Alerts lets you pick the language and region when creating an alert. 37 http://www.google.com/alerts
  • 38. Google Cultural Institute • Discover exhibits and collections from museums and archives all around the world. • Explore cultural treasures in extraordinary detail, from hidden gems to masterpieces. • Create your own galleries and share favorite finds with friends. 38 http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/home?view=grid
  • 39. Google Cultural Institute 39 http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/home?view=grid
  • 40. Google Open Gallery 40 http://www.google.com/opengallery
  • 41. Privacy 41
  • 42. Incognito/Private Browsing • Even if you are not signed in to a Google account, Google personalizes your results according to your search and browsing behavior. • If you want to burst out of the filter bubble, as it is often called, use a private browser window or incognito mode (Chrome). • Google will then ignore tracking and search cookies on your machine. 42
  • 43. Incognito/Private browsing • To call up a private browser or incognito window use the following keys: • Chrome – Ctrl+Shift+N • FireFox – Ctrl+Shift+P • Internet Explorer – Ctrl+Shift+P 43
  • 44. YouTube Privacy • Be sure to define your privacy settings – otherwise everyone can see your likes, comments etc. • Use it as a tool for building personal profiles 44 https://www.youtube.com/account_privacy
  • 45. Google manipulation 45
  • 46. Restricting Search to Specific Content • Discussions Search • add &tbm=dsc OR go to www.google.com/?tbm=dsc • Recipe Search • Add &tbm=plcs OR go to www.google.com/?tbm=rcp • Local Search • &tbm=plcs OR go to www.google.com/?tbm=plcs • Blog Search • &tbm=dsc • Patent Search • &tbm=pts 46 www.google.com
  • 47. Google Autocomplere • Find Competitors / Alternative to product and services By Using Google Autocomplete 47
  • 48. Google Autocomplere • Find Competitors / Alternative to product and services By Using Google Autocomplete 48
  • 49. Google Secrets 49
  • 50. Google’s Media Tools • Starting point to tap into Google’s suite of digital tools 50 http://www.google.com/get/mediatools/
  • 51. Google Tips 51 https://www.google.com/get/googletips/
  • 52. Alternative Search Engines 52
  • 53. Leap.it – a visual search engine • Leap.it produce results in a magazine item format/style with images. • Create an account and with that have a series of 'perspectives' (bookmarking service) which you can come back to later and share • Leap.it supports Boolean operators and it can also cope with site: searches, intitle: etc. • Searches can be filtered to all, web, video, images, news and social. 53 http://leap.it/
  • 54. Inbar Yasur | T +972 4 6013103 | M +972 54 9988090 | E Inbar.yasur@gmail.com | W www.Hipusit.infoInbar Yasur | T +972 4 6013103 | M +972 54 9988090 | E Inbar.yasur@gmail.com | W www.Hipusit.info Thank you!