55 Ways to Have Fun With Google
by Philipp Lenssen
Publisher: Lulu.com 232
Number of pages: 2006
You probably use Google everyday, but do you know... the Google Snake Game? Googledromes? Memecodes? Googlesport? The Google Calculator? Googlepark and Google Weddings? Google hacking, fighting and rhyming? In this book, you'll find Google-related games, oddities, cartoons, tips, stories and everything else that's fun. Reading it, you won't be the same searcher as before! No programming skills needed.
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